Myrna H. P. Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


U. S. National Parks are ideal locations for studying the impacts of global environmental change.

Myrna Hall – Out West -- hiking in Glacier National Park with her sister Rita Kinder; exploring Bryce Canyon National Park with husband and ESF professor, Charles Hall.

 

Director, SUNY ESF Center for the Urban Environment

Coordinator of ESF's Urban Environmental Science Minor


Research Associate
Department of Environmental Studies
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

1 Forestry Drive 
Syracuse, NY 13210

Tel: (315) 470-4741
Fax: (315) 470-6934
mhhall@esf.edu


Professional interests: Spatial Ecology: Integrating simulation modeling and GIS for studying the

interaction of humans and their environment; urban metabolism; landscape change dynamics;

history of the American West; graphic information visualization, and foreign language communication.

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