Laurence Davis, University of New Haven

Professor West Haven, Connecticut RLDavis@newhaven.edu Office: (203) 932-7108

Bio/Research

R. Laurence Davis, Ph.D. is a geologist and environmental educator. His research includes natural hazards, cave science, and environmental education. He has given more than 80 public presentations on climate change. He is the chair of the Geological Society of America's Division on Geology and So...

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Bio/Research

R. Laurence Davis, Ph.D. is a geologist and environmental educator. His research includes natural hazards, cave science, and environmental education. He has given more than 80 public presentations on climate change. He is the chair of the Geological Society of America's Division on Geology and Society and is the chief scientist for the Northeastern Cave Conservancy. He also serves on the American Camp Association's Committee on Children in Nature. Professor of earth and environmental sciences at UNH, he is also director of nature programs and teaching (for 43 years) at Camp Pemigewassett in Wentworth, NH. Davis is a fellow of the Geological Society of American and a registered professional geologist in NH, SC, and KY.

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