Neil C. Heywood
Professor of Geography
Ph.D., University of Colorado, 1989
Environmental hazards; biogeography; field studies; outdoor recreation; environmental change; North America.
Perception and mitigation of exotic organisms; biosphere change; impacts
of resource use; hostile environments; outdoor recreation.
- “Developing a 21st Century Geoscience Major: Melding the Old
with the New.” 55th Annual Institute of Lake Superior Geology, Ely, MN.
With K. P. Hefferan, 05-10 May 2009.
- Resource Management Map: “Deer Management Units Aviation Sectional.”
In “Wisconsin Wing Helps Tally the Whitetails.” Civil Air Patrol
Volunteer March-April 2009: 15.
- “Surveillance Sampling for Sudden Oak Death (Phytophtera ramorum),
Great Lakes States, 2008.” USDA Forest Service, Forest Health
Protection, Northeastern Area. $26,200 (1:1 match).
- Laboratory Manual for Physical Geography. With K. A. Lemke and M. E.
Ritter. New York: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2008.
- “Sudden Oak Death (Phytophtera ramorum).” In Wisconsin Department of
Natural Resources, Forest Health Highlights 2007. December 2007.
- Extinction Maps: “Mammals Lost Since ca. A.D. 1500” (Figure 16.11b),
and “Birds Lost Since ca. A.D. 1500” (Figure 16.11c). Both maps in
Lomolino, Mark V.; Brett R. Riddle; and James H. Brown. Biogeography.
Sunderland MA: Sinauer Associates Inc., 2005. p. 659. ISBN = 0878934790