Applied Geography, 114, 102131.
Population Health and Environment
Food Security, 1-15.
Landscape Ecology, 1-16.
Development and validation of the CHIRTS-daily quasi-global high-resolution daily temperature data set.
Voluntary collective isolation as a best response to COVID-19 for indigenous populations? A case study and protocol from the Bolivian Amazon.
The Lancet. DOI: 10.1016/S0140-6736(20)31104-1
The Lancet HIV. ePub Jan 14: DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/S2352-3018(19)30413-8
Provisional Acceptance at Archives of Sexual Behavior.
Immigrant generational differences in social support and sexual risk behaviors among men who have sex with men in Seattle, Washington.
AIDS Education and Prevention.
Graduate Student Fellow
Sean Reid is an MA/PhD student in the Geography Department. Sean's research interests are broadly in urban and population dynamics and how they are influenced by events such as climate change, natural disasters, health hazards, and conflict. His current research is focused on migration of sexual minorities in the United States and contextual factors that influence their health outcomes. Sean received his undergraduate degree in geography from the University of Utah with a focus on GIS and remote sensing. Before beginning his graduate studies at UCSB, Sean was a research associate at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory where he worked as part of the Population Dynamics Group
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment