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Stephanie Rogers
Geosciences
Lecturer

Research Areas: GIS, GIScience, Applied GIS, Glacial Archaeology, Interdisciplinarity

Office: 2046F Haley Center

Address:
2050 Beard Eaves Coliseum
Auburn, AL 36849

Phone: 334-844-4069
E-Mail: s.rogers@auburn.edu


Education

Ph.D., Geosciences, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
2014
M.S., Applied Geomatics, Acadia University, Canada
2010
Advanced Diploma in Geographic Information Systems, Center of Geographic Sciences, Canada
2008
B.A., Geography, Saint Mary’s University, Canada
2007


Professional Employment

Lecturer, Auburn University
2018-Present
Instructor, Auburn University
2017
GIS Expert, United Nations - Universal Postal Union, Bern, Switzerland
2014-2016
Research Assistant, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
2011-2014


Research and Teaching Interests

Dr. Stephanie Rogers’ research has focused on the application of geospatial methods and techniques in interdisciplinary research projects to solve spatial problems using traditional and new technologies, while advancing the field of Geographic Information Science. Fields of interest have included: physical geography, glacial archaeology, social sciences, logistics, environmental sciences, and Critical GIS. Dr. Rogers currently teaches courses in physical geography and geographic information systems (GIS) and attempts to provide both global and local perspectives in course activities.


Selected Publications

  1. Rogers, S.R., Fischer, M., & Huss, M. (2014). Combining glaciological and archaeological methods for gauging glacial archaeological potential. Journal of Archaeological Science, 52: 410–420.
  2. Rogers, S.R. (2014). (PhD Thesis) Geospatial modelling of the glacial archaeological potential of the Pennine Alps. Université de Fribourg. (http://doc.rero.ch/record/260823?ln=fr)
  3. Schoepfer, I., & Rogers, S. R. (2014). A New Qualitative GIS Method for Investigating Neighbourhood Characteristics Using a Tablet. Cartographica: The International Journal for Geographic Information and Geovisualization, 49(2): 127–143.
  4. Rogers, S.R., & Staub, B. (2013). Standard use of Geographic Information System (GIS) techniques in honey bee research. Journal of Apicultural Research, 52(4).
  5. Rogers, S.R., Webster, T., Livingstone, W., & O’Driscoll, N. J. (2012). Airborne Laser-Induced Fluorescence (LIF) Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) for the Quantification of Dissolved Organic Matter Concentration in Natural Waters. Estuaries and Coasts, 35(4): 959–975. 

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Last updated: 12/07/2017