Gregory S. Bohr

Gregory S. Bohr

Associate Professor


  • Climatology 
  • Global change
  • Extreme weather

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About Greg Bohr

Professor Bohr's research interests lie in the area of synoptic climatology, global change, and extreme weather events. His dissertation research focused on trends in extreme daily surface temperatures in the south-central United States over the latter half of the Twentieth Century. Current research projects are furthering this analysis, as well as examining the relationships between extreme weather events in the U.S. and large-scale teleconnection patterns such as the Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) and the El-Nino/Southern Oscillation (ENSO).



  • B.A., Geography, Univ. of California, Berkeley (1993)
  • M.A., Geography, San Diego State University (1998)
  • Ph.D., Geography, Louisiana State University (2005) 


Courses Taught

  • GEOG 150: Human Geography
  • GEOG 250: Physical Geography 
  • GEOG 308: Global Geography 
  • GEOG 317: Spatial Data and Geographic Information Technology 
  • GEOG 318: Applications in GIS 
  • GEOG 414: Global and Regional Climatology
  • GEOG 440: Advanced Applications in GIS

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