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- United States
- Work Mathematician, Geographer, Instructor, Software engineer, Database specialist
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- About My main interests are energy and food sustainability, urban development and sprawl, and mathematics, especially geometry. I have developed innovative course modules related to conservation and sustainability and in particular I seek to integrate sustainability education with quantitative analysis with the aid of specially developed assignments using and teaching quantitative techniques for the analysis of (exponential) growth, energy efficiency and economic development (I=PAT). Any comments are welcome. You can also contact me at toni dot menninger at gmail dot com!
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