Andrew Krmenec

Research Emphases

Spatial Analysis, Precision Agriculture, Economic Geography, Environments of Risk

Specific Research Endeavors

  • understanding spatial variability in the crop/soil environment and how that contributes to spatial variation in crop productivity
  • building local knowledge of G×E×M interactions
  • epistemology of on-farm experimentation
  • environments of Risk: risk environments associated with natural hazards and hazardous human activities
  • economic Geography: city systems, spatial disparity and the consequences of disequilibrium

Frequently Taught Courses

GEOG 204: Geography of Economic Activities
GEOG 256: Maps and Mapping
GEOG 561: Advanced Quantitative Methods for Geographic Research
GEOG 563: Geographic Research Procedures
GEOG 654: Fundementals of Mapping
GEOG 655: Fundementals of GIS

Representative Publications

Ashley, W.S., A.J. Krmenec, and R. Schwantes, 2008:  Vulnerability due to nocturnal tornadoes. Weather and Forecasting, 23, 795-807. 

Krmenec, A.J. , A. Esparza, 2000: Large City Interaction in the United States Urban System, Urban Studies, 37(4): 691-709, 2000. 


Office: Davis Hall 601B


Ph.D., Indiana University

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