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PERSONAL DATA

  Name:  Gene Joseph Paull
 
 E-mail: gene.paull@utb.edu
 Homepage: http://blue.utb.edu/paullgj/
 

EDUCATION

University of Arizona
    Ph. D., major – anthropology (archaeology); minor - geochronology, Dec., 1976
    M.A., anthropology, May, 1970
University of California, Santa Cruz
    Intensive Spanish; June-August, 1970
Pennsylvania State University
    B.A., major - anthropology; minor - geography; June, 1967

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

University of Texas at Brownsville
    Professor of Geosciences, Chair of Chemistry and Environmental Sciences
Dept., Sept., 2000-present.
Texas Southmost College, Brownsville, Texas
    Instructor, Physical Science Dept.
    Sept., 1975-August, 1992
Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, California
    Temporary asst. prof. of anthropology and geography
    Feb., 1972 - January, 1974


^ PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND FIELDWORK

Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas

Regional Ecological Resource Assessment of the Rio Grande
  Riparian Corridor:  A Multidisciplinary Approach to
  Understanding Anthropogenic Effects on Riparian Communities
  in Semi-Arid Environments, funded by Environmental Protection
  Agency, principal investigator from the University of Texas
  at Brownsville, January 2000 – May, 2004.

Capacity Building for Resource Assessment and Responsible 
  Development, Texas-Mexico Border Region.   Project funded by the Coordinating Board for Higher Education, State of Texas, 
  Principal Investigator from the University of Texas at Brownsville. 
   January 1998 - August, 1999.

Dendrochronology Laboratory, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Ark. 
  1996-present, collaboration with Dr. David Stahle, fieldwork in 
northeastern Mexico, tree-ring collections and building a master dendroclimatological chronology for the Sierra Madre Oriental.

Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas 
  Multiple Attribute G.I.S. Environmental Baseline, Lower Rio Grande Valley Research Project 
  Principal Investigator from the University of Texas at Brownsville 
  January, 1994-1995.

^ Ph. D. Dissertation Topic

    The Application of Central Place Theory to the Settlements of the
    Pacific Coast of Guatemala

Research and Teaching Interests

Geographic regions:  Central America and Mexico, South America,
    Texas border area
Theoretical and topical interest:  Geographic Information Systems as
    applied to land use and settlement patterns, tropical adaptations,
    environmental degradation, climate change.

Languages

    Spanish - fluent


^ PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS AND TECHNICAL REPORTS

2004 Regional Ecological Resource Assessment of the Rio Grande Riparian
Corridor: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Understanding
Anthropogenic Effects on Riparian Communities in Semiarid
Environments. Final Report prepared for Environmental
Protection Agency. Co-authored with Jay Raney, Melba Crawford
Frank Judd, and Robert Lonard. Austin: Bureau of Economic
Geology.

2002 Annual Performance Report, U.S Environmental Protection Agency.
Regional Ecological Resource Assessment of the Rio Grande
Riparian Corridor. Co-author with Jay Raney, Melba Crawford
Frank Judd, Robert Lonard, Andrea Lopez, and Danny Govea.

2000     Regional Ecological Resource Assessment of the Rio Grande 
  Riparian Corridor:  A Multidisciplinary Approach to Understanding 
  Anthropogenic Effects on Riparian Communities in Semi-Arid 
  Environments; co-authored with Jay Raney, Melba Crawford, 
  Frank Judd, Robert Lonard, Amy Neuenschwander, Thomas 
  Tremblay, and William White, Proceedings 2000 STAR Regional 
  Analysis and Assessment Progress Review Workshop, p. 21, 
  National Center for Environmental Research.

2000 Recent Tree Ring Research in Mexico.  In Dendrocronologia en 
  America Latina.  Co-authored with David W. Stahle, Jose Villanueva, 
  Malcolm Cleveland, Matthew Terrell, Barney Burns, Wilver Salinas, 
  Humberto Suzan, and Peter Fule.  EDIUNC, Mendoza, Argentina, 
  pp. 285-306.

1994     Geographic Information Systems (GIS) of the Rio Grande Delta for 
  Regional Water Management. Co-author with E. Gerry Wermund and 
  Thomas Tremblay.  Factor Affecting Water Resources. Proceedings,  Texas Section, American Water Resources Association.

  GIS Base Data for Water Management on the Rio Grande Delta Plain. 
  Co-author with E. Gerry Wermund and Thomas Tremblay.  GIS/LIS 
  Proceedings.  American Congress on Surveying and Mapping.

 1978   Review of Native Populations of the Americas in 1492, 
  William N. Denevan (ed.).  Professional Geographer 39:2: 
  219-220.

 1978   Anthropological Research Potential of the Lower Rio Grande 
  Valley of Texas and Tamaulipas, Mexico.  South Texas 
  Institute of Latin and Mexican-American Research, 
  Working Paper No. 1.  Brownsville.  (Co- author with 
  Anthony N. Zavaleta).

  1. Climatic Variations in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of South 
  Texas.  South Texas Journal of Research and the 
  Humanities 1:1:8-29. 
 


^ PRESENTATIONS AT CONFERENCES


 

2002     Land Use Mapping and Environment in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of 
  South Texas.  Paper to be presented at The Texas Academy of Sciences 
  annual meeting, Laredo, Texas, Feb. 28-March 2, 2002.  Co-authored 
  with Andrea Lopez, Danny Govea, and Maria Isabel Salazar. 
 

2001     Land Use Mapping of the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas and 
  Northeast Mexico, co-authored with Andrea Lopez, Danny Govea, 
  Maria Isabel Salazar, Thomas Tremblay, Jay Raney, and Bill White. 
  Proceedings of 50th Annual Meeting, Geological Society of America, 
  Southeastern Section, p. A-24.

2000 Building a GIS Database for the Texas-Mexico Border Region.  Co- 
  authored with Andrea Lopez, Maria Isabel Salazar, Thomas Tremblay, 
  and Jay Raney.  34th Annual Meeting, South-Central Section of the 
  Geological Society of America, published abstracts, Vol. 32, No. 3, p. 
  A-38.

1999     Digital Geologic Maps and Environmental Resource Assessment of the 
  United States-Mexico Border Region.  Co-authored with Jeri Sullivan, 
  Thomas Tremblay, Andrea Lopez, and Maria Isabel Salazar.  48th Annual 
  Meeting Southeastern Section of the Geological Society of America, 
  published abstracts, Vol. 31, No. 3, p. A-59.



  
 

^ ENVIRNMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENTS

 1984  Cameron County Water District, statement for proposed 
  pipeline, Cavazos to Los Fresnos, Texas.

 1982  Farco Mining Company, Laredo, Texas.  Environmental impact 
  statement prepared for Farco Mining company, expansion of 
  mine perimeter.

 1978  Archaeological Investigations at Aransas National Wildlife 
  Refuge:  Site Testing.  Environmental impact statement prepared 
  for U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service (co-worker - 
  Anthony N. Zavaleta)


City of Pharr, Texas 
  December, 1978; environmental impact statement prepared 
  for city of Pharr; archaeological clearance for proposed 
  bridge construction

City of Mercedes, Texas 
  December, 1978; environmental impact statement prepared 
  for city of Mercedes; archaeological clearance for proposed 
  park expansion

United States Dept. of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Albuquerque, N.M. 
  June-Sept., 1978; environmental impact statements for Fish and 
  Wildlife Service for proposed construction in wildlife refuge; 
  Santa Ana Wildlife Refuge, Pharr Texas - involved archaeological 
  field survey; Aransas Wildlife Refuge, Aransas County, Texas - 
  involved archaeological field survey and site testing


^ COMMUNITY SERVICE

Member, Brownsville City Heritage Council

The University of Wisconsin, Madison

Faculty member for University of Wisconsin, Madison course
entitled “Crossing Borders.” Course taught on the
campus of The University of Texas Brownsville, June 12-
July 5, 2006. In addition to teaching, I provided
logistical and technical support for implementing a
cooperative arrangement between The University of Texas
at Brownsville and The University of Wisconsin, Madison.


^ Texas Parks and Wildlife – Texas Master Naturalist Program

Featured speaker, March 8, 2006
Topic – Geology of the Lower Rio Grande Valley

Guest Speaker, February, 2004
Topic – Land Use Changes in the Lower Rio Grande Valley,
1960-1995
Spring, 2002, taught short course on Lower Rio Grande Valley Natural
Environment


Art Shows

Brownsville Museum of Fine Art

35th International Art Show, March 1-5, 2006, received
two third place and one honorable mention for natural
landscape photography.


Sid Richardson Gallery, The University of Texas at Brownsville


September 1-30, 2004

Indigenous Mesoamerica, September 1-30, 2004, curated photographic exhibit relating the natural history of Mexico
and Central America.


CONTINUING EDUCATION

Short Course

August 16-18, 2001
Visualizing the Earth and Oceans from Space, Chautauqua California
Field Center, Pasadena, California.


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