Presentations and Publications
Through various grants and service contracts, the CLUS has conducted research on a variety of topics related to land use and sustainability. Review publications related to this work by our scientists and students.
Related Faculty Research and Publications
Dr. Kurt Fuellhart, Dr. Claire Jantz, Sarah Thompson, April 2021
Pennsylvania's Emerging Cider Industry and Its Contribution to Artisan Beverages and Sustainable Agritourism
Dr. Alison Feeney, February 2020
Drs. Steven Burg and George Pomeroy, November 2018
Meteorologic, Hydrologic, and Geographic Characterization of Historic Floods in the Delaware River Basin
Dr. Christopher Woltemade, Middle States Geographer Volume 49, 2016
Drs. Kurt Fuellhart & George Pomeroy, Spring 2016
Visit the FCADC website for previous studies related to the Letterkenny Army Depot.
Dr. Alison Feeney, Middle States Geographer Volume 48, 2015
Dr. Tim Hawkins, Middle States Geographer Volume 43, 2010
A selection of studies related to warehousing and transportation in South Central Pennsylvania.
Student Research Projects
Study of Solar Panel Canopies over Parking Lots on Shippensburg University's Campus
by Nicole Hallahan, May 2020 (Dr. Russ Hedberg)
by Anastasia Fritchey & Carla Johns, Spring 2017 (Dr. Claire Jantz)
by Carla Johns, Spring 2016 (Dr. Claire Jantz)
by Ricky Stones, February 2010 (Dr. George Pomeroy)
Introducing a Natural Resource Condition Assessment of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail
Tyler Costlow & Claire Jantz, 2019
Analyzing Forest Fragmentation in the Delaware River Watershed, 2011-2100
A. Yáñez Morillo & Dr. Claire Jantz, 2019
Modeling the extent of future storm surge inundation under two sea level rise scenarios
Joshua Barth & Dr. Scott Drzyzga, 2017
Using SLEUTH to model urban growth in the Delaware River Basin
A. Yáñez Morillo & Dr. Claire Jantz, 2016
Source Water Delineation and Protection for Carbonate Springs and Spring Creeks
Drs. Todd Hurd & Thomas Feeney, 2009
The Center for Land Use and Sustainability is involved in a variety of Student and Research Projects related to land use.