Apparatuses of observation and occupation: Settler colonialism and space science in Hawai’i Environment and Planning D: Society and Space,… Read more HOT off the PRESSES: Apparatuses of observation and occupation, Sammler & Lynch
Braverman, I. and Johnson, E., editors (2020). Blue Legalities: The Law and Life of the Sea. Duke University Press, Durham,… Read more Blue Legalities is now available!
“The rising politics of sea level: demarcating territory in a vertically relative world” in Territory, Politics, Governance. Check it out… Read more I have a new article out! It’s got fractals, banana holes, entangled phenomena.
We are so delighted to see this paper out. Casey Lynch (University of Arizona), and myself had such a great… Read more New Coauthored paper, “Spaceport America: Contested Offworld Access & the Everyman Astronaut”
“Sammler’s brilliant chapter on deep ocean mining, for example, powerfully reminds us that the relationships between territory, sovereignty, law, and… Read more Review of Island Geographies: Essays and Conversations (2017)
I wrote this short essay, Vibranium and the Super Nature of Earthly Materials. Check it out! Sloan Science and Film is… Read more Vibranium and the Super Nature of Earthly Materials for Sloan Science & Film
Please ask your library to add this to the collection! About the Book Islands and their environs – aerial, terrestrial,… Read more Now available for preorder – Island Geographies: Essays and conversations – Routledge.
E. R. Kursinski ; D. Ward ; A. C. Otarola ; J. McGhee ; M. Stovern ; K. Sammler ;… Read more New pub from my MS: Atmospheric profiling via satellite to satellite occultations near water and ozone absorption lines for weather and climate.
February 12, 2013
The greater Los Angeles region is home to an estimated 13 million people. The region’s climate and culture is intimately tied to its coastal proximity. Famous for many things, the region is world-renowned for its envious climate, characterized by golden rays of sunshine and mild winters. The capacity of the ocean to store…