Ph.D., Geography, University of Colorado at Boulder, 1992
Office: ELA 357
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Research Interests: Natural and Environmental Hazards, Economic Geography, Environmental Studies, Research Methods, Historical Geography
2016 Patton, Matthew T., R. Denise Blanchard and Richard G. Boehm. “The Evolution of the Modern Era of Geographic Education through Messages that Established the Foundation for K-12 Educators.” Research in Geographic Education 18(2): 10-25.
2016 Patton, Matthew T. and R. Denise Blanchard. “Teacher’s Attitudes Beliefs, and Perceptions towards Disseminated Information and Guidance from Leaders in Geographic Education: An Examination of the Trickle-down Effect. Research in Geographic Education 18(2): 26-59.
2015 Adams, William G., R. Denise Blanchard, and Richard A. Earl. “Edwards Aquifer Region Stakeholder Frame Analysis.” Papers in Applied Geography (1)3: 235-242. DOI:10.1080/23754931.2015.1014273
2015 Blanchard, Denise. “Examining the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) at 20: Foundations, Appraisal, and Future.” Papers in Applied Geography 1(1): 20-27. DOI:10.1080/23754931.2015.1009290.
2015 Blanchard, Denise and Dayna Kaspar. “Survival of the Aransas-Wood Buffalo Whooping Cranes (Grus Americana) Wintering on the Texas Gulf Coast: Stakeholder Knowledge, Awareness, and Willingness to Respond” [Under Review, Papers in Applied Geography].
2013 Blanchard, Denise and Brian Cmiel. “The ‘Greening’ of Campuses in Higher Education and K-12 Schools: The Value of Experiential Learning for Sustainability.” Research in Geographic Education 14: 55-76.
2013 Clennon, Eric, R. Denise Blanchard, T. Edwin Chow. “Longitudinal Examination of Business Clustering in Knowledge-Based Industries in the Austin, Texas Metropolitan Statistical Area, 2008 to 2012.” Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 32 (October).
2011 Bass, William M. and R. Denise Blanchard. “Examining Geographic Visualization as a Technique for Individual Risk Assessment.” Applied Geography 31: 53-63. Refereed, Invited, Special Hazards Edition (Elsevier).
2011 Murr, Christopher D., and R. Denise Blanchard. “Perceptions of the Visually Impaired toward Pursuing Geography Courses and Majors in Higher Education.” Journal of Geography 110(5): 200-208.
2008 Blanchard-Boehm, R.D., R.A. Earl, J.H. Wachter, and E.J. Hanford. “Communicating Future Water Needs to an At-Risk Population: Lessons Learned Following Defeat of the Applewhite Dam and Reservoir Project in San Antonio, Texas.” Population and Environment 29: 292-312 (Springer-Verlag).
2006 Christopher, Murr and R. Denise Blanchard-Boehm. “Labeling Theory and Perceived Barriers to Learning Geography by Visually-Impaired Students.” Research in Geographic Education 6(1) (May): 45-61.
2006 Blanchard, R. Denise and Lauren A. Dill. “Hazard Vulnerability Assessment for Hays County: An Application of the Hazards United States (HAZUS) Risk Assessment and Loss Estimation Method.” Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 29 (October): 177- 185.
2005 Hettenhausen, Michael P. and R. Denise Blanchard. “Spatial and Demographic Differences between 'Physically Active’ and ‘Inactive’ Cities: Considerations for Urban Planners.” Tobin, Graham A. and Burrell Montz (eds.) Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 28 (October), 273-282
2004 Blanchard-Boehm, R. Denise. “Natural Hazards in Latin America: Tectonic Forces and Storm Fury.” The Social Studies 95(3): 93-105.
2004 Denise Blanchard-Boehm and Jeff Cook. “Risk Communication and Public Education in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on the 10th Anniversary of the ‘Black Friday’ Tornado.” International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 13(1): 33-52.
2004 Angirasa, Aditi K., Denise Blanchard-Boehm, and Jason Johnson. “NAFTA and Agricultural Land Use in Texas.” Southwestern Journal of Economics VI (1): 33-61.
2004 Ramirez, Gabriella and Denise Blanchard-Boehm. “Conditions in Colonias: Exploring the Role of Location Relative to the Texas-Mexico Border.” 2003 Papers of the Applied Geography Conference, Vol. 26: 1-9, edited by Graham A. Tobin and Burrell E. Montz, November 5-8, CO: University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
2002 Angirasa, Aditi K., and R. Denise Blanchard-Boehm. “Evaluating Pre- and Post NAFTA Agriculture in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas.” Southwestern Journal of Economics V(1): 172-194.
2001 Cathryn E. Springer and R. Denise Blanchard-Boehm. “Disaster Warnings in San Marcos, Texas: Communicating in Ethnically Diverse Places.” In Burrell E. Montz and Graham A. Tobin (eds.), Papers and Proceedings of the 2002 Applied Geography Conferences, 25: 334-342, October 23-26, Binghamton, New York.
2001 R. Denise Blanchard-Boehm and D. Eric Pimpler. “Real Estate Values in Houston, Texas following a Major Flood Occurrence: An Application of the Tobin-Newton-Montz Concepts of Flood-Induced Changes in Urban Land Values.” In Graham A. Tobin, Burrell
E. Montz, and F. Andrew Schoolmaster, (eds.), Papers and Proceedings of the 2001 Applied Geography Conferences, 24: 140-148, November 14-17, Fort Worth, Texas.
2001 Blanchard-Boehm, R. Denise, Kate A. Berry, Pamela Sands Showalter. “Should flood insurance be mandatory? Insights in the wake of the 1997 New Year’s Day Flood in Reno, Nevada.” Applied Geography 21: 199-221.
2000 Blanchard-Boehm, R. Denise and M. Jeffrey Cook. “The 1987 Edmonton, Alberta Canada Tornado: Perception, Experience and Response, Then and Now.” Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conference, F. Andrew Schoolmaster (ed.), 23: October 11-14, Tampa, Florida.
2000 Blanchard-Boehm, Denise and Richard G. Boehm. “Environmental Issues in World Geography: A Problem-Solving Approach.” Social Studies Texan 16(2): 70-76
1998 Blanchard-Boehm, R. Denise. 1998. “Understanding Public Response to Increased Risk from Natural Hazards: Application of the Hazards Risk Communication Framework.” International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, November 16(3): 247-268.
1997 Blanchard-Boehm, R. Denise and Byron Augustin. “After NAFTA: Problems and Prospects for the Borderlands Maquiladora Industry” Social Studies Texan, Summer 13(1): 68-74, Special Edition of the Texas Borderlands.
1996 Blanchard-Boehm, R. Denise. “When Scientists and Emergency Managers Warn, Does An At-Risk Public Hear and Respond?” In Sammy G. Amin and Sam Fullerton (eds.), International Business Practices, Contemporary Readings, 1996 edition, pp. 523-529, Cumberland, MD: The Academy of Business Administration.
1995 Blanchard-Boehm, R. Denise. “The Influence of Past Experience with Hazards on Future Response: A Consideration for Scientists and Emergency Managers.” Journal of Academy of Business Administration, Fall: 2(1), pp. 21-37.
1994 Boehm, Richard G. and Denise Blanchard Boehm. “Directions for Geography Students: Intellectual Challenge and Meaningful Careers.” The NASSP (National Association of Secondary School Principals) Bulletin: The Journal for Middle Level and High School Leaders, (circulation of 38,000) pages 7-18.
MULTIVARIATE QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS (5301)
QUALITATIVE AND MIXED METHODS RESEARCH DESIGN (7390) RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS (7300)
GEOGRAPHICAL HISTORY OF THE U.S. ENVIRONMENT (7305) NATURAL HAZARDS (7330)
THE GEOGRAPHY OF TECHNOLOGICAL HAZARDS (7331) THE GEOGRAPHY OF RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (7314) SEMINAR IN ENVIRONMENTAL GEOGRAPHY (7370)
ENVIRONMENTAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE COASTAL ZONE (5332) EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (5353)
LOCATION ANALYSIS (5323)
QUALITATIVE AND MIXED METHODS RESEARCH (5395) APPLIED RESEARCH DESIGN AND TECHNIQUES (5300) HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE ENVIRONMENT (5392) THE GEOGRAPHY OF ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS (5395) APPLIED GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS (5309)
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT (5313) GEOGRAPHY OF NATURAL HAZARDS (5330) GEOGRAPHY OF HAZARDS TECHNOLOGY (5331) ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ANALYSIS (5317) INDEPENDENT STUDY (5390 or ARR) GRADUATE INTERNSHIP (5380/5680)
ENVIRONMENTAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE COASTAL ZONE (4390) NATURAL RESOURCE USE AND MANAGEMENT (3313) LOCATION ANALYSIS (3323)
QUANTITATIVE METHODS (3301)
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT (4313)
ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS (4339)
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (4393)
ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY (3303) GEOGRAPHY OF HEALTH (3351) TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS (4336) WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY (1310)
STATISTICS FOR THE EARTH SCIENCES (at CU-Boulder)
PRINCIPLES MACRO AND MICRO ECONOMICS (CU-Boulder & FSU) UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIP (4380)