Jeremy E. Diem
351B Sparks Hall
Atlanta, GA 30303
I am a Professor in the Department of Geosciences at Georgia State University. My research focuses primarily on climatology, and my main research areas are (1) rainfall variability in western Uganda; (2) precipitation variability in the southeastern United States; and (3) urban effects on the environment.
My current research is funded by NSF’s Geography and Spatial Sciences program and involves working with other members of a human-environment research group (PECAR) to examine the role of moisture transport in rainfall variability and agricultural decision making in western Uganda.
I also have a passion for climate literacy, and much of my time and energy over the past several years has gone into the development of a suite of climate-literacy labs. The initial funding came from a NASA NICE (now ESTEEM) grant.
2000: Ph.D. (Geography), The University of Arizona
1997: M.A. (Geography), The University of Arizona
1994: B.S. (Earth Sciences), The Pennsylvania State University