A great big headline to catch some attention, because everyone likes attention

So you understand the roaring wave of fear that swept through the greatest city in the world just as Monday was dawning--the stream of flight rising swiftly to a torrent, lashing in a foaming tumult round the railway stations, banked up into a horrible struggle about the shipping in the Thames, and hurrying by every available channel northward and eastward. By ten o'clock the police organisation, and by midday even the railway organisations, were losing coherency, losing shape and efficiency, guttering, softening, running at last in that swift liquefaction of the social body.

Jeremy E. Diem

Department of Geosciences

Georgia State University

740 Langdale Hall

Atlanta, GA 30303

E-mail: jdiem@gsu.edu



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.



Feel free to visit my Google Scholar and ResearchGate pages.



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

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