Gilbert F. White (1911-2006) was among the most distinguished and honored American geographers of the 20th Century. Among his many contributions, he stimulated efforts by geographers and others to foster human adjustments to the risks of our endangered planet through better-informed public and private sector decision-making. A panel of seven longtime colleagues and friends of White will reflect on his influence on their own careers and the geography profession in general. After panelists devote about eight minutes each to their comments, general audience discussion will be encouraged. The session will be video-recorded for archival purposes.
|Panelist||Ian Burton University of Toronto||8|
|Panelist||Susan Cutter University of South Carolina||8|
|Panelist||James Mitchell Rutgers University||8|
|Panelist||James Wescoat MIT||8|
|Panelist||Claire Rubin Claire B. Rubin Associates||8|
|Panelist||Martin Reuss U.S. Army Corps of Engineers||8|
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