Martin Roberge


Contact Information

College of Liberal Arts,
Room 2355


Ph.D.,1999, Geography,
Arizona State University

M.S., 1995, Geography,
University of South Carolina

B.A., 1992, Geography,
State University of New York at Binghamton

Areas of Expertise

Physical geography
Environmental applications of GIS


Martin Roberge and Ben Allen. 2011. An Assessment of Mill Dams as a Potential Source of Suspended Sediment. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. Seattle, WA. April 14, 2011

Martin Roberge. 2009. The Geomatics Academy: Mathematics with a Geography Twist. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. Las Vegas, NV. March 25, 2009

Martin C. Roberge, Angela Carlisle. 2007. A comparison of four methods for measuring impervious surfaces. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. San Francisco, CA. April 20, 2007

Selected Publications

Virginia Thompson and Martin C. Roberge. Under review. Graphing the Demographic Transition Model to Achieve Deeper Understanding. Journal of Geography.

Michael P. McGuire, Martin C. Roberge, Jie Lian. 2014. HydroCloud: A Cloud-Based System for Hydrologic Data Integration and Analysis. COM.Geo 2014 Proceedings on Computing for Geospatial Research and Application. IEEE Xplore Digital Library. DOI 10.1109/COM.Geo.2014.16

Martin C. Roberge and Linda L. Cooper. 2010. Map scale, proportion, and Google Earth. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School 15(8): 448-457.


  • Natural resources and conflict
  • Soil and vegetation
  • Environmental hydrology

Professional Service

  • Graduate Director for Towson University Geography and Environmental Planning Department
  • Maryland State Geographic Information Committee