Carolyn Fish, Department of Geography

Carolyn Fish

Practice Areas: Cartography, Map Design, Climate Change Communication, GIScience

Carolyn Fish is an academic expert in climate change communication, cartography, map design and mapping environment-society interactions. At the University of Oregon, she is an assistant professor of geography. Carolyn studies how we can effectively communicate climate change through maps—which are one of the primary ways in which scientists and the media both communicate climate change, albeit with different audiences.

Contact: cfish11@uoregon.edu | 541-346-4197 | @cartofish

Websites: 
https://geography.uoregon.edu/profile/cfish11/
https://www.carolynfish.com/

Recent Media:
Interdisciplinary program to examine potential coastal impacts of climate change, natural hazards (NCAR & UCAR News, May 16, 2019)