Cummings, Anthony R.
Anthony Cummings is an Associate Professor of Geospacial Information Sciences. He began his career at UT Dallas in September 2013 as a visiting assistant professor and occupied his current position in August 2014. Currently his research is focused on the rainforests and particularly the impact of humans upon them.
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Combining Water Fraction and DEM-Based Methods to Create a Coastal Flood Map: A Case Study of Hurricane Harvey (MDPI AG, 2019-05-18)Tropical cyclones are incredibly destructive and deadly, inflicting immense losses to coastal properties and infrastructure. Hurricane-induced coastal floods are often the biggest threat to life and the coastal environment. ...
Comparing Logging and Subsistence Values of Plants Across an Indigenous Peoples’ Influenced Landscape The ecosystem services derived from tropical plants sustain local societies and make significant contributions to the global economy. Often many types of ecosystem services are derived from a single plant species, introducing ...
National Redd+ Implications for Tenured Indigenous Communities in Guyana, and Communities' Impact on Forest Carbon Stocks Early project-level initiatives of reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation' (REDD+) have left a negative impression among many forest-dependent peoples (FDP) across the tropics. As countries move towards ...