When not fighting crime in riverine environments and avoiding having my head detached from my body by public health and animal control authorities, I am a mild-mannered economic geographer. Once upon a time, I taught a mandatory introductory level statistics course to groups of 60 to 90 largely unwilling students, as well as other kinds of descriptive and explanatory quantitative techniques in applied regional analysis.
Nowadays, thanks to declining numbers of students and the hire of a new faculty member, I teach things more closely related to my research interests.
I still have an interest in research methodology generally, though.
Keeping a low profile.
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