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Dr. Michael Grossman

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2003

Associate Professor - Physical geology and geography, hydrology, floods, climate and the environment, hydroclimatology, climate history, Japan and East Asia

Alumni Hall 1413

618-650-2376

Email: mgrossm@siue.edu

Dr. Grossman is the Geographical Studies Graduate Program Director.

Selected Publications:

Grossman, M. J. and Zaiki, M. 2009. Heavy rainfall from tropical cyclones in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences. Ed. Harrington, L.M.B., and J.A. Harrington, Jr. 32:163-172.

Grossman, M. J. and Zaiki M. 2009. Reconstructing typhoons in Japan in the 1880s from documentary records. Weather - Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 64: 315-322.

Grossman, M. J. and Zaiki, M. 2008. Reconstructing typhoon landfalls in Japan in the 19th century using GIS. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences. Ed. Harrington, L.M.B., and J.A. Harrington, Jr. 31:152-161.

Grossman, M. J. and Zaiki, M. 2007. Reconstructing typhoon landfalls in Japan using historical documents 1801-1830. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences. Ed. Harrington, L.M.B., and J.A. Harrington, Jr. 30: 334-343.

Takagi, T., Oguchi, T., Matsumoto, J., Grossman, M.J., Sarker, M.H., Matin, M.A. 2007. Channel distribution and stability on the Brahmaputra River, Bangladesh, based on GIS and remote sensing analyses. Geomorphology 85: 294-305.

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