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- Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin (2014)
- M.A., Universidad de las Américas, Puebla, México (2003)
- B.A., Rhodes College, Memphis, TN. (1998)
- National Science Foundation (DDRI #1031676)
- Fulbright-Hays (IIE-Mellon Foundation)
- Boren Fellowship for International Study
- British Library Endangered Archives Programme
- National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC)
Matthew LaFevor's research examines agriculture, water, human-environment interactions, and environmental history, especially in Latin America and the Caribbean. At SESYNC, Matt synthesized data on the trends, drivers, and impacts of agricultural terracing around the world; how terraces impact soil and water conservation; and why people abandon, maintain, or build new terraces in different environments. Listed below are some publication as of 2016, along with funding agencies and a few links to ongoing research projects. For a current CV, see his webpage: http://www.matthewlafevor.com. Matt is currently Assistant Professor of Geography at the University of Alabama and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research funding provided by:
(2016) Ramos-Scharrón, C. and LaFevor, M. C., The Role of Unpaved Roads as Active Source Areas of Precipitation Excess in Small Watersheds Drained by Ephemeral Streams. Journal of Hydrology 533: 168-79.
(2015) Suding, K., Higgs, E., Palmer, M., Callicott, J. B., Anderson, C. B., Baker, M., Gutrich, J. J., Hondula, K. L., LaFevor, M. C., Larson, B.. M., Randall, A., Ruhl, J. B., Schwartz, K. Z., Committing to Ecological Restoration: Efforts Around the Globe Need Legal and Policy Clarification. Science 350(6235): 638-640.
(2015) LaFevor, M. C., Environmental Concerns Facing the U.S. and Mexico: An International Perspective. In Neighborly Adversaries: Readings in U.S.-Latin American Relations, 3rd Edition. Michael J. LaRosa and Frank O. Mora, eds. (Roman and Littlefield): 265-276.
(2014) Hudson, P. F. and LaFevor, M. C., Introduction: Managing and Monitoring Human Impacts on Landscapes for Environmental Change and Sustainability, In P. F. Hudson and M. C. LaFevor (guest eds) special issue of the Journal of Environmental Management 138: 1-3.
(2014) LaFevor, M. C., Restoration of Degraded Agricultural Terraces: Rebuilding Landscape Structure and Process. Journal of Environmental Management 138: 32-42.
(2014) Hudson, P.F. and LaFevor, M.C., (guest editors) Management and Monitoring of Land Degradation and Environmental Change. Journal of Environmental Management 138: 1-96.
(2014) LaFevor, M. C., Review of Estudio Costero del Suroccidente de México (CIGA-UNAM, 2013) by Donald D. Brand. In The AAG Review of Books 2(3): 113-115.
(2014) LaFevor, M. C., Review of Environmental Histories of Modern Mexico (University of Arizona Press, 2013) edited by Christopher R. Boyer. In Journal of Historical Geography 43: 187.
(2013) Hudson, P. F., Sounny-Slitine, A., LaFevor, M.C., A New Longitudianl Approach to Assess Hydrologic Conectivity: Embanked Floodplain Inundation along the Lower Mississippi River. Hydrological Processes 27: 2187-2196.
|The role of unpaved roads as active source areas of precipitation excess in small watersheds drained by ephemeral streams in the Northeastern Caribbean||
Dec 12, 2015
Article published in Journal of Hydrology.
|Managing and monitoring human impacts on landscapes for environmental change and sustainability||
Dec 12, 2015
Article published in the Journal of Environmental Management.
|Committing to ecological restoration||
May 07, 2015
Perspective published in Science.
|Environmental Concerns Facing the U.S. and Mexico: An International Perspective||
Mar 15, 2015
Book chapter published in Neighborly Adversaries: Readings in U.S.–Latin American Relations, Third Edition.