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Department of Geosciences - Faculty

Keith Bremer

Dr. Keith A. Bremer

Assistant Professor of Geosciences


Office: Tomanek Hall, 329
Phone:785-628-4644
Fax: 785-628-5389
Email: kabremer@fhsu.edu
Twitter: @KeithBremer
Curriculum Vitae 


Educational Background | Courses Taught | Research Interests & Specializations
Recent Publications | Professional Memberships | Additional Resources


Educational Background

  • Ph.D. in Environmental Geography, Texas State University - San Marcos, TX    2011
    Dissertation: Urban Environmental Perceptions and its Impact on New Urbanist Communities
  • M.A. Geo. in Land/Area Development and Management, Texas State University - San Marcos, TX     2007
    Research: Socio-Economic Characteristics of Different Land Uses in Austin, Texas 2000
  • B.S. in Geography, Texas State University - San Marcos, TX    2004

Courses Taught

  • Scientific Writing
  • Research Design
  • Urban Sustainability: Denmark and Sweden
  • Urban Geography
  • Geostatistics
  • U.S. Human Geography: Issues for the 21st Century
  • Urban Geography of Hays, Kansas
  • World Regional Geography
  • Cultural Geography
  • Orientation to Geography

Research Interests and Specializations

  • Urban Geography
  • Urban Sustainability
  • Urban Planning
  • Depopulation
  • Cultural Landscapes

Publications/Abstracts & Presentations  

Day, C.A. and K. A.  Bremer. 2013. Modeling urban hydrology: A comparison of new urbanist and traditional neighborhood design surface runoff. International Journal of Geosciences 4(5): 891-897. DOI: 10.4236/ijg.2013.45083

Bremer, K. A. 2009. Socio-Economic characteristics of different land uses in Austin, Texas 2000. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 32(1): 392-400.

Professional Memberships

  • American Association of Geographers
  • American Geophysical Union
  • Congrress for the New Urbanism

Additional Resources

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