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Department of Geography

Shouse

Dr. Michael Shouse - Assistant Professor

Ph.D. University of Kentucky, 2014

Alumni Hall 1403

618-650-5004

Email: mshouse@siue.edu

Personal website


Teaching:

ESCI 111  Introduction to Physical Geology and Physical Geography

GEOG 202 Natural Resources and Sustainability

GEOG 316 Introduction to Biogeography

GEOG 415 Animal Biogeography

GEOG 416 Conservation Biogeography

GEOG 418 Geographic Information Systems

IS 334      Natural Resources Issues and Conflicts

Research Interests:

My research focuses on biogeography, geomorphology, forestry, and soils, where I am interested in understanding the patterns, processes, and reciprocal interactions that exist in, and between the biosphere, pedosphere, and lithosphere. Central to my research interests are the spatiotemporal and scale dimensions of biological invasion, soil variability, ecological heterogeneity, threatened and endangered species habitat, and biophysical pattern-process dynamics.


Selected Publications:

Shouse, M. and J. Phillips. 2016. Soil deepening by trees and the effects of parent material. Geomorphology (accepted).

Shouse, M. and B. Blandford. 2015. Expert systems model for Kentucky Arrow Darter habitat in the upper Kentucky River Basin. Papers in Applied Geography 4: 383-390

Blandford, B., T. Grossardt, M. Shouse, and J. Ripy. 2015. Intermodal Network Model of Coal Distribution in the United States. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2479: 69-77

Fei, S., J. Phillips, and M. Shouse. 2014. Biogeomorphic Impacts of Invasive Species. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 45: 69-87

Ripy, J., T. Grossardt, M. Shouse, P. Mink, K. Bailey, and C. Shields. 2014. Expert systems archaeological predictive model. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2403: 37-44

Shouse, M., L. Liang, and S. Fei. 2013. Classification of Understory Invasive Exotic Plants in an Urban Forest. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 21: 525-534

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