"Life in the Atacama Desert" by Malcolm Comeaux

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photos from Dr. Comeaux's visit to the Atacama

Malcolm ComeauxProfessor Emeritus, ASU Geography

Malcolm Comeaux is Emeritus Professor of Geography at Arizona State University. Dr. Comeaux's expertise is in the broad area of historical and cultural geographer. A gifted field instructor and storyteller, Comeaux is the author of "Arizona: A Geography" and "Atchafalaya Swamp Life." He is also the founder and a long-time leader of the Arizona Geographic Alliance, a K-12 education outreach initiative for teachers and students.

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This well-illustrated and interesting talk will describe mining, cities, water, tourism, family, and Indian villages in the driest desert in the world.   You will leave with a broad overview of the region, learning in one hour what took Professor Comeaux three weeks to learn after intensive travel throughout the area.

Event Sponsor: Gamma Theta Upsilon - ASU Chapter

Friday, April 15, 12:00 - 1:00 PM
COOR 5536