Matthew Fry | Department of Geography and the Environment

Matthew Fry

Associate Professor
ENV 210F
Dr. Fry is a human-environment geographer. His research examines energy and resource governance, socioeconomic and environmental impacts of resource production and consumption, and land-use change in Texas and Latin America.

His work integrates human and physical geography, as well as geographic information systems. Topics he's examined include Mexico's concrete block landscape, aggregate mining, deagriculturalization, and industrial hog farming. Currently he is investigating gradients of human impacts in tropical alpine environments of the northern Peruvian Andes. Dr. Fry teaches courses on Mexico, Latin America, and Culture, Environment, and Society. Dr. Fry seeks students who are interested in discovering geography in the field (i.e., exploring, observing the world around them, and talking to people).

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