- Senior Research Professional, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
Barbara Trapido-Lurie is a Research Professional in the School of Geographical Sciences.
In this capacity she creates and consults on visualizations (maps, diagrams, photographs, animations) for research publication and presentation, outreach and development. She also instructs spatial analysis courses and coordinates the School s internship program.
Trapido-Lurie participated in developing two of Decision Center for a Desert Cityâ??s interactive web sites, WaterSim and the Southwest Water Information Project interactive atlas.
She received her M.A. degree in Geography from the University of Hawaii, and her B.A. in Art from Pomona College.
Georgescu, M., W. T. Chow, Z. H. Wang, A. J. Brazel, B. Trapido-Lurie, M. Roth and V. Benson-Lira. 2015. Prioritizing urban sustainability solutions: Coordinated approaches must incorporate scale-dependent built environment induced effects. Environmental Research Letters 10(6):061001. DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/10/6/061001. (link )
Kuby, M., C. He, B. Trapido-Lurie and N. Moore. 2011. The changing structure of energy supply, demand, and CO2 emissions in China. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 101(4):795-805. DOI: 10.1080/00045608.2011.567944. (link )