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Katherine   Sammler

PhD Student
School of Geography
The University of Arizona (United States)

About
Katherine Sammler is graduating PhD student at The University of Arizona, School of Geography. She will begin as an assistant professor this fall at California State – Maritime Academy in Global Studies and Maritime Affairs. She received degrees in physics and atmospheric sciences before taking a social science turn. She strives to bring these diverse skills together in her research and outreach. Her dissertation project is focused on the political geography of ocean spaces, with a focus on the governance of a nascent seabed mining sector in New Zealand and the South Pacific.
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Discipline(s)
Geography
Environmental sciences
Geographic administrative areas
Historical periods
Anticipatory
21st century
20th century
The Colonial time
Indigenous languages
Spanish
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