Natalia Fath

Lecturer

Contact Information

PHONE
OFFICE
College of Liberal Arts,
Room 2348
E-MAIL
HOURS
Mon - Wed 12 p.m. - 2 p.m.
Thurs: 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Education

Ph.D., 1993, Geography Faculty,
Department of Cartography and Geoinformatics,
Moscow State University, Russia

B.S./M.A., 1989,Geography Faculty,
Department of Cartography and Geoinformatics,
Moscow State University, Russia

Areas of Expertise

Landscape responses to climate and land-use/land cover changes

Human dimensions of climate change

Monitoring of natural hazards by means of GIS application

Research

  • Natural resources and human use: overexploitation and implications
  • Landscape responses to climate and land-use/land cover changes
  • Human dimensions of climate change

Selected Publications

2014   Fath, N., Fath, B.D. Global Climate Change Introduction. In: Freedman B (ed.), Handbook of Global Environmental Pollution. Vol. 1 Global Environmental Change. Springer.

2002   Interaction between U.S. Forest Service and NGO’s. In Russian.

1993   Development of the computer models to estimate maximum mountain snow depth and to create maps in order to predict the natural hazards (avalanches). Ph.D. dissertation. In Russian.

Grants

  • Fath, N. Short-term Study Abroad Program Development. Towson University Study Abroad. July 2011. $2,200.
  • Fath, N, Cardin, N.B. The Baltimore Orchard Project. Civic Engagement. Towson University. Spring and Fall 2012. $570.
  • Tasch J., Barnes K., Fath N., Kang S.L, Roberge M., Thebpanya P. Carnegie Course Redesign Initiative. University System of Maryland. $20,000.