Dr. Natalia Fath is a lecturer in the Department of Geography and Environmental Planning at Towson University. She earned her Ph.D. from Moscow State University in Russia after completing her dissertation on the development of computer models to estimate maximum mountain snow depth. After receiving her Ph.D., she taught topography to students at the Moscow State University and assisted in faculty projects to create automated map production methods.
Dr. Fath joined the faculty at Towson University in 2004, where she teaches courses in Introduction to Physical Geography, World Regional Geography, Geography of the former Soviet Union, Environmental Geography, Towson Freshman Seminars “Earth’s Changing Climate” and “Green Eating on a Blue Planet”, interdisciplinary seminar “Climate Change and Security”. Her research interests lie within a wide range of topics concerning global change and landscape responses to climate and land-use/land cover changes, human dimensions of climate change, and monitoring of natural hazards by means of GIS application.