The goal of the Texas-Mexico Borderlands and Latin America Working Group is to initiate and assist in multidisciplinary environmental research in Latin America and the Texas-Mexico border region. Our members represent several universities, a wide range of departments, and governmental and non-governmental organizations. We seek to bridge international, disciplinary, academic, and agency boundaries in our research. We strive to bring our combined expertise to bear on scientific problems of regional importance and to assure that scientific findings are properly interpreted and applied by policy makers. The Working Group also seeks to inform local K-12 educators and students about environmental science near the Texas-Mexico border and throughout Latin America.
This Working Group is currently inactive. To you have an interest in reviving this group please contact ESI at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Borderlands Working Group Members
- Dean A. Hendrickson, Texas Memorial Museum
- Kelley Crews-Meyer, Department of Geography & the Environment
- William Doolittle, Department of Geography & the Environment
- David Eaton, LBJ School of Public Affairs
- Gregory Knapp, Department of Geography & the Environment
- Blanca Leon, Section of Integrative Biology
- Jose L. Panero, Section of Integrative Biology
- Jack Sharp, Department of Geological Sciences
- Chandler Stolp, LBJ School of Public Affairs
- Sam Wilson, Department of Anthropology
- Ken Young, Department of Geography & the Environment