Sam Chambers is an Assistant Research Scientist with the Planning Program and the Transportation Research Institute. Before his work with CAPLA, he was a Research Associate with the Institute of the Environment and the School of Geography and Development at the University of Arizona. He has degrees in Arid Lands Resource Sciences from the University of Arizona (PhD) and Forest Resources from Clemson University (MS) and the University of Idaho (BS). His work involves the geospatial modeling of movement and its obstructions in transportation, pedestrian accessibility, human migration, and landscape ecology. His most recent manuscripts involve the analysis or PTSD triggers in the built space of marginalized communities and a spatial analysis of the impacts of border enforcement on migrants' bodies in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands.

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Assistant Research Scientist
Office Location: Cannon-Douglass House 102
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