Caleb Pan
Office: Stone Hall, 307B

Curriculum Vita: View/Download CV


Current Position:

Adjunct Instructor in Geography

Office Hours:

Spring 2014: MF 3:00 - 4:00 and Th 2:00 - 3:00

Field Of Study:

Mountain Geography, Environmental Change, Remote Sensing of Snow and Ice, Alpine Hydrology, Central Asia, and South American Andes.


GPHY 141S - Geography of World Regions
GPHY 385 - Field Techniques


University of Montana, Missoula, MT, 2011- 2013
MS in Geography
Thesis: Inventory of Mongolian Glaciers for the Global Land Ice Measurements from Space (GLIMS) Program
Advisor: Dr. Ulrich Kamp

Appalachian State University, Boone, NC, 2006 - 2010
BS Geography, concentration in GIS
Advisor: Dr. Kathleen Schroeder

International Experience:

2013, June to July – Shanghai, China
2013, March to April – Shanghai, China
2012, June – Eastern Coast, Taiwan
2012, June – Shanghai, China
2011, May to July – Shanghai, China                                                                                          
2011, June – Taipei/Tainan, Taiwan
2010, September – Eastern, China
2009, December – Southern China
2008, May – Central Highlands, Ecuador (Mountain Geography & Climate and Tropical Glaciers)
2007, May – Taipei, Taiwan
2005, June – Ocho Rios, Jamaica

Other Publications:

Kamp, U., Krumwiede, B., McManigal, K., Pan, C., Walther, M., Dashtseren, A. (2013). The Glaciers of Mongolia.  Institute for Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research (INSTAAR) Occasional Paper 61.

Walther, M., Kamp, U., Krumwiede, B., McManigal, K., Pan, C., Dashtseren, A.: Mongolian Glaciers - Past and Future Water Towers in Central Asia.  Earth and Environmental Sciences.  (In prep.)

Kamp, U., and Pan, C. (submitted). First satellite-derived glacier inventory for Mongolia.  Remote Sensing of Environment.