Michael K. Steinberg

Associate Professor of New College and Geography

  • 219 Lloyd Hall
  • (205) 348-0490
  • mksteinberg@ua.edu

Office Hours

By appointment

Website

Natural Resources Conservation Lab

Education

PhD, Louisiana State University, 1999

Research Interests

Cultural ecology, biogeography, endangered species, remote sensing and forest cover changes

Selected Publications

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.