Professor, New College & Geography
- PhD, Louisiana State University, 1999
- Cultural ecology
- Endangered species
- Remote sensing and forest cover changes
Research Group: Natural Resources Conservation Lab
- Steinberg, M. K. In press. Through the Tourist’s Gaze: The Making and Meaning of Hemingway’s Cuban Landscape. Human Geography.
- Steinberg, M. K., and J. R. Cissell. In press. Beyond the photographs: What the imags of Hemingway’s fish don’t tell us. In Teaching Hemingway in the Digital Age, ed. L. Godfrey and M. Ott. The Kent State University Press, 31-41.
- Steinberg, M.K. In press. Through the tourists gaze: Meaning of Hemingway’s Cuban landscape. Human Geography.
- Steinberg, M.K. 2010. The importance of cultural ecological landscapes to the survival of the Bachman’s Warbler (Vermivora bachmanii) in the Southeastern United States. Southeastern Geographer 50: 272–281.
- Guest Editor, Geographical Review, Avifaunal Research and Geographical Perspectives, Volume 100 Issue 2 , Pages 139–289, April 2010.
- Steinberg, M.K. 2009. Highland forest habitat preference by endemic Hawaiian Honeycreepers: A preliminary assessment. Yearbook of the Pacific coast Geographers 71: 54–66.
- Steinberg, M.K. 2008. Stalking the Ghost Bird: The Elusive Ivory-Billed Woodpecker in Louisiana. Louisiana State University Press: Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
- Steinberg, M.K. 2007. Marginalizing a vulnerable cultural and environmental landscape: Opium Poppy production in Highland Guatemala. Mountain Research and Development 27: 318–321.
- Beyond the Photographs: What the Images of Hemingway’s Fish don’t tell us
- Jaguar Conservation in Southern Belize: Conflicts, Perceptions, and Prospects among Mayan Hunters
- Monitoring Mangrove Forest Dynamics in Campeche, Mexico Using Landsat Satellite Data
- Mapping forty years of mangrove cover trends and their implications for flats fisheries in Cienaga de Zapata, Cuba.
- Land cover changes in Ambergris Caye, Belize: A Case Study of Unregulated Tourism Development.