Michael DayMichael Day

Professor

Office: Bolton Hall, Room 456
Phone: 414-229-3942
Fax: 414-229-3981
e-mail: mickday@uwm.edu

Mailing Address:

Professor Michael J. Day
Department of Geography
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
P.O. Box 413
Milwaukee, WI 53201

Education:

D.Phil., Geomorphology, Oxford University, England, 1978
B.Sc., Geography, Birmingham University, England, 1973

Courses Taught:

Geog 128: Caves and Caving
Geog 424: Karst Geomorphology
Geog 650: Fieldwork
Geog 654: Tropical Fieldwork
Geog 810/910: Research Methods

Office Hours:

By appointment only

Research and Teaching Interests:

Geomorphology, especially Karst Landscapes
Conservation, Protected Areas
The Caribbean and Central America
Southeast Asia

Representative Publications:

Day, M.J. 2011. Protection of Karst Landscapes in the Developing World: Lessons from Central America, the Caribbean and Southeast Asia. In: Karst Management, ed. P. VanBeynen, Springer: 439-458.

Day, M.J., Halfen, A. and Chenoweth, M.S. 2011. Boundary Issues in Assessing Disturbance: The Cockpit Country, Jamaica. In: Karst Management, ed. P. VanBeynen, Springer: 399-414.

Hall, A.B. and Day, M.J. 2011. Water as a focus of ecotourism in the karst of Puerto Rico. Turismo e Paisages Carsticas (Tourism and Karst Areas) 4(1): 17-25.

Huang, W. and Day, M.J. 2011. A GIS and remote sensing based morphometric analysis of tower karst and cockpit karst in south Guizhou, China. Proceedings Asian Trans-Disciplinary Karst Conference 2011: 429-436.

Urich, P.B. and Day, M.J. 2011. Natural and anthropogenic hazards in the karst of Bohol, the Philippines. Proceedings Asian Trans-Disciplinary Karst Conference 2011: 313-321.

Day, M.J. 2010. Human interaction with Caribbean karst landscapes: past, present and future. Acta Carsologica 39(1): 137-146.

Day, M.J. 2010. Challenges to sustainability of the Caribbean karst. Geologia Croatica 63(2): 63-68.