Reginald S. Archer
Assistant Professor
Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
College of Agriculture, Human and Environmental Sciences

Contact Information
Office location: 211 D Lawson Hall
Telephone: 615-963-1495

Research Areas
Spatial Analysis, Environmental Change, Disaster Recovery and Applied GIS and Remote Sensing

Significant Publications
Walid Barhoumi, Whitney A. Qualls, Reginald S. Archer, Douglas O. Fuller, Ifhem Chelbi, Saifedine Cherni, Mohamed Derbali, Kristopher L. Arheart, Elyes Zhioua, John C. Beier (2015) Irrigation in the arid regions of Tunisia impacts the abundance and apparent density of sand fly vectors of Leishmania infantum. Acta Tropica, 141, 73–78

Dayana M Samson, Reginald S. Archer, Temitope O. Alimi, Kristopher K. Arheart, Daniel E. Impoinvil, Roland Oscar, Douglas O. Fuller, Whitney A. Qualls (2015) New Baseline Environmental Assessment of Mosquito Ecology in Northern Haiti during Increased Urbanization. Journal of Vector Ecology, 40 (1) 

Archer, Reginald and Clarke, Keith (2012) Measuring and monitoring long term disaster recovery using remote sensing: A case study of post Katrina New Orleans. AutoCarto 2012 International Research Symposium. September 16-18, 2012. Columbus, Ohio 

Clarke, Keith and Archer, Reginald (2009) Terrain Feature Extraction from Variable Resolution Digital Elevation Models. 24th International Cartographic Conference. November 2009.

Presentations and Invited Talks
GIS Workshop Instructor, Centro de Investigacion Cientifica Caucaseco, Cali, Colombia
“Creation and Validation of Risk Maps in the Context of Malaria Elimination” Two Day workshop introducing basic malaria risk mapping. Aug. 2014

Archer, R. “Geospatial information for modeling the potential species distribution of mosquitos in Northern Haiti” AAG 2014, Tampa, FL April 2014

Invited Lecture: GIS & Remote Sensing: Predicting mosquito distribution based on Land cover Land use change in Northern Haiti (GIS 5050: Environmental GIS, FIU). Nov. 2013

Invited Lecture: A Case Study of Classification and Change Detection: Post Katrina Disaster Recovery in the Lower 9th Ward. Colloquium Speaker, Department of Geography and Regional Studies, University of Miami.Oct. 2013

Archer, R. “Classification and Change Detection: A Case Study of Post-Katrina Recovery” AAG 2013, Los Angeles, CA. April 2013

Archer, R. “Progress Detection: Remote Sensing for Long Term Disaster Recovery” AAG 2012, New York, NY. Feb. 2012

Ph.D. Geography, University of California Santa Barbara 
M.S. Civil & Coastal Engineering, University of Florida 
B.S. Surveying and Mapping, University of Florida

Date Joined Staff: 2015