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Professor and Associate Director, School of Geography, Environment, and Development
Latin American Studies

I am a Professor in the School of Geography and Development and in the Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Arizona. As a human-environment geographer and political ecologist, my research focuses on the political ecology of water/critical water studies, water governance, climate vulnerability and adaptation, and climate justice. I work in Mexico, Central America, the U.S.-Mexico border region, and the southwestern U.S. 

Recent Publications

The Human Right to Water (2020)
Opinion: When the heat collides with a pandemic: Arizona heat could kill self-isolating due to coronavirus in mobile homes
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