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Alex Aguilar, Assistant Professor of Geography, has expertise
in biogeography, the geography of the mid-Atlantic, and Latin America.
Aguilar’s research includes work from Peru to the Eastern Shore.
His on-going research projects include evaluating forest response
to disturbance in Cusuco National Park, Honduras; Variograms as
a measure of forest fragmentation at various landscape extents in
the Mid-Atlantic region; and Mapping forest types and spatial variation
along an altitudinal gradient in the Pampa Herrmosa Reserve (Eastern
Andes), Peru. He has worked with students throughout the Nassawango
forest, and teaches courses on biogeography and GIS.