Dr. Huber’s areas of expertise
are in remote sensing/image processing, geomorphology and
soils, and the physical geography and landscapes of Colorado.
He has been involved in a diverse number of projects including
the habitat mapping of the Prebles meadow jumping mouse
in El Paso County, the vegetation mapping of large parts
of Colorado for the Division of Wildlife’s GAP analysis
project, and mapping and analyzing the elk habitat needs
in the Pikes Peak region. He has also collaborated on a
research project dealing with the definitions and measurement
of environmental justice.
His most recent work has been a series of
books on different aspects of the physical landscapes of
Colorado and the West. Dr. Huber is the 1985 recipient of
the UCCS Outstanding Teaching Award, a 1993-1995 President’s
Teaching Scholar for the University of Colorado, and a Fulbright
Scholar to Ireland in 1995.
Some current publications:
Colorado: An Aerial Geography of the Highest State. 2002,
Western Reflections Publishing.
The Alaska Highway: A Geographical Discovery. 2000, University
Press of Colorado.
“Urban Environmental Justice Indices,” in The
Professional Geographer, 2002, 54(3), pp. 318-331.
He is currently working on a book to be called An American Provence, a comparative study of the North Fork Valley of the Gunnison in Colorado with the Coulon Valley of southern France..
Geography and Environmental Studies
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs, CO 80933-7150
(719) 262-4057 (719) 262-4066