Media Attention


As “Earth Detective,” Tang Addresses Societal Programs Through Spatial Research
Exchange Online


UNC Charlotte, Gaston County launch effort to monitor, protect groundwater
Inside UNC-Charlotte, September 28th, 2015


Faculty members studying teaching and learning, SoTL grant period open
Inside UNC-Charlotte, October 21, 2014


Researchers forecast 150 percent rise in developed land in Greater Triangle and Rocky Mount Region by 2040
In the, March 1, 2012

Studying the Triangle’s future from the sky
By Fraser Sherman in Raleigh Public Report, March 12, 2012


More people in mountains bring opportunities, threats
By Marc Hunt in the Citizen Times, March 18, 2011

Charlotte’s Green Mystery: Ross Meentemeyer studies the urban environment
By James Hathaway in the Exchange, a magazine for the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, January 2011 [page 8]


Urban Sleuths: Researchers investigate ‘green’ mystery
By James Hathaway in the UNC Charlotte Magazine Q4 2010, December 17, 2010

Unlocking the future of cities: UNC Charlotte scientists work across disciplines to predict how urban areas will use open land
By Tyler Dukes in the SciTech section of Charlotte Observer, November 01, 2010

Growth in footprint far exceeded growth in people
By Tim Halbur in the Planetizen, August 26, 2010

Sprawl on high: Losing NC mountain wilderness
By Mary Newson in The Naked City, August 24, 2010

Development pace quickens in Asheville and Western North Carolina
By Mark Barrett in Asheville Citizen-Times, August 12, 2010

Stalking the ‘bird flu’ of trees: UNC Charlotte scientist uses high-tech means to study Sudden Oak Death, caused by fungus-like algae
By T. Delene Beeland in the SciTech section of Charlotte Observer, February 01, 2010

Stalking the ‘bird flu’ of trees
By T. Delene Beeland in the SciTech section of Raleigh News & Observer, February 01, 2010