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Vicki Tinnon

Assistant Professor of Geography

Office: 213 Martin Hall
Telephone: (256) 782-5216
Fax Number: (256) 782-5336
Email: vtbrock@jsu.edu

Mailing Address:
Chemistry and Geosciences
Jacksonville State University
Jacksonville, AL 36265

Education:

Ph.D., Geography, May 2010, Kansas State University

     Dissertation: Environmental Injustice: Health and Inequality in Mobile County, Alabama

M.S., Geography, December 1997 University of Alabama

B.S., Geography, B.A., History, June 1988, University of South Alabama

I offer courses in Physical Geography, World Regional Geography, Advanced Regional Study in Latin America, and Water Resources. I am a broadly trained geographer and enjoy conducting research in both human and physical geography. My most recent research is a collaborative effort that focuses on obstacles to low income homeownership. I am also working on manuscripts dealing with women in physical geography, Jewish settlement in the American Southwest, and the perception of the environment on health. In recent years, I have used my GIS skills for a number of projects, including a summer stint working on databases in Mexico and creating the map for a history book on Native Americans. I thoroughly enjoy teaching and working with students and have been fortunate to assist with research in Urban Geography, Geographic Education, and Natural Hazards and Disasters.

Publications:

Green-Pimentel, Leslie, Paulette Meikle, and Vicki Tinnon. 2016. A Geographic Perspective to Homeownership: Barriers and Resources for a Low Income County in the Rural US South (in progress).

Paul, Bimal Kanti, Deborah Che, and Vicki Tinnon. 2008. Public and Private Responses to the December 28-31, 2006 High Plains Blizzard. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 31: 1-9.

Paul, Bimal Kanti, Deborah Che, and Vicki Tinnon. 2007. Emergency Responses for High Plains Cattle Affected by the December 28-31, 2006, Blizzard, Quick Response Report #191. Boulder, Colorado: Natural Hazards Center.

Paul, Bimal Kanti and Vicki Tinnon Brock. 2006. Treatment Delay Period: The Case of Arsenicosis in Rural Bangladesh. Health & Place 12:580-593.

Tinnon Brock, Vicki and Bimal Kanti Paul. 2003. Public Response to a Tornado Disaster: The Case of Hoisington, Kansas. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 26:343-351.

Paul, Bimal Kanti, Vicki Tinnon Brock, Shane Csiki, and Lori Emerson. 2003. Public Response to Tornado Warnings: A Comparative Study of the May 4, 2003, Tornadoes in Kansas,

Missouri, and Tennessee, Quick Response Report #165. Boulder, Colorado: Natural Hazards

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