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Department of Geography

Dr. Grossman

Dr. Michael Grossman Professor

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2003

Physical geology and geography, hydrology, floods, climate and the environment, climate history, Japan and East Asia

Alumni Hall 1413
618-650-2376
Email: mgrossm@siue.edu

Teaching:

ESCI 111  Introduction to Physical Geology and Physical Geography

GEOG 202 Natural Resources and Sustainability

GEOG 411 Hydrology

GEOG 413 Groundwater Hydrology

GEOG 414 Floods, Climate and the Environment

GEOG 499 Senior Assignment

GEOG 510 Seminar in Physical Geography (Water Issues of the 21st Century)

Research Interests:

Climate history, tropical cyclones, climate change, Japan and East Asia, hydrology, floods.

Senior Assignments:

Historical Flooding on the Meramec River, Missouri (Poster, Spring 2018)

Solar Panel Facilities as a Green Solution for Electricity in Georgia (Poster, Fall 2018)

Nonrenewable Energy Reliance & a Wind Power Solution for Texas (Poster, Spring 2017)

Renewable Energy in the Midwest: Worth the Cost? (Paper, Fall 2015)

Dynamic and Adaptive Water Systems: Assessment, Containment, Remediation, and Management of Local Soil and Groundwater Resources (Paper, Fall 2015)                              

Synoptics of the 2012 OK Tornado (Poster, Fall 2015)

Master’s Theses and Research Projects:

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Selected Publications:

Grossman, M. J., Zaiki, M., Mikami, T., Mock, C. 2018. Reconstructing typhoons affecting Japan in 1877, G, Journal of Geography (Chigaku Zasshi), Tokyo Geographical Society, Tokyo, 127, 4, pp. 457-470.

Zaiki, M., Mikami, T., Hirano, J., Grossman, M. J., Kubota, H., Tsukahara, T. 2018. Climate Characteristics in the South-eastern Kanto Region of Japan Derived from Mid to Late 19th Century Meteorological Records, Journal of Geography (Chigaku Zasshi), Tokyo Geographical Society, Tokyo, 127, 4, pp. 447-455.

Ozturk, U., Marwan, N., Korup, O., Saito, H., Agarwal, A., Grossman, M. J., Zaiki, M., Kurths, J. 2018. Complex networks for tracking extreme rainfall during typhoons. Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, AIP Publishing, Melville, NY, 28, 7, pp. 075301.

Grossman, M. J., Zaiki, M., Oettle, S. 2016 (in press). An Analysis of Typhoon Tracks around Japan Using ArcGIS. Papers in Applied Geography.

Grossman, M. J., Zaiki, M., Nagata, R. 2014. Interannual Variations in Typhoon Tracks around Japan. International Journal of Climatology. 35: 2514–2527. Published online 9 September 2014 DOI: 10.1002/joc.4156

Grossman, M. J. and Zaiki, M. 2013. Documenting 19th Century Typhoon Landfalls in Japan. Review of Asian and Pacific Studies. Center for Asian and Pacific Studies, Seikei University, Tokyo, Japan. pp. 95-118.

Grossman, M. J., 2012. Reconstructing a typhoon chronology for Japan 1860-1899. CAPS Newsletter. Center for Asian and Pacific Studies, Seikei University, Tokyo Japan. 116:4-5.

Zaiki, M., Grossman, M. J., Mikami, T. 2012. Document-based reconstruction of past climate in Japan. Special issue the PAGES (Past Global Changes) Newsletter on Japanese Paleoscience. 20:2:82-83, December.

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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