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Graduate Coordinator, Associate Professor, Society, Culture, and Environment and Geography
Areas of Expertise: Technological and natural hazards and risks; Climate change adaptation; Environmental justice; Rural resiliency; Maple syrup; Blackout; Nuclear fuel waste management; Walkerton tragedy; Tornado in Pine Lake, AB;
Biography: Dr. Brenda L. Murphy is an associate professor of Geography and Contemporary Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University, Brantford Campus. She studies risk and resilience issues within the context of small, rural and remote communities and spaces. ?
Areas of Expertise: Chile: environment, energy, resources, indigenous peoples; Environmental Citizenship; Environmental Justice; Political Ecology; Latin American Politics;
Biography: Please see the links to the left for my research interests, publications, etc.
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