Associate Professor of Geography
California State University, Long Beach
1250 Bellflower Blvd.
Long Beach, CA 90840
562 985-7529 | Fax: 562 985-8993
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Dr. Dallman’s research interests include environmental geography with a particular emphasis on water resource management and sustainability. She teaches in both the Geography and Environmental Science and Policy program, where she specializes in water issues related to California in particular.
BFA, Photography, San Francisco Art Institute
MA, California State University, Long Beach, 1995
PhD, University of California, Los Angeles, 2001
Dallman, S., Thien, D., Laris, P. and M. Ngo. 2014. Reinterpreting Traditional Cultural Properties: A Political Ecology of Emotion Perspective. Human Geography, 7 (2): 29-45
Dallman, S. 2014. Going local: Can a Southern California city give up imported water? Proceedings, OzWater’14. Brisbane, QLD, Australia: Australian Water Association. ISBN: 978-1-921335-22-8. http://www.awa.asn.au/htmlemails/Ozwater14/index.html
Dallman, S. and Spongberg, M. 2012. Expanding Local Water Supplies: Assessing the Impacts of Stormwater Infiltration on Groundwater Quality. Professional Geographer. 64(2): 232-249.
Dallman, S., Ngo, M., Laris, P. and D. Thien. 2013. Political Ecology of Emotion and Sacred Space: The Winnemem Wintu struggles with California water policy. Emotion, Space and Society. 6: 33-43.
Dallman, S. and Piechota, T. 2010. Storm Water: Asset not Liability. Los Angeles: Los Angeles and San Gabriel Rivers Watershed Council.
Dallman, Suzanne. 2010. Living Within Our Means: Contemplating a Sustainable Urban Water Budget. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences.
Honors and Awards
Board member, California Watershed Network
Long Beach Water, Board of Commissioners Member, October 2008 – December 2013.
September 2006. Award for Outstanding Regional Stormwater Research project, given by the California Stormwater Quality Association and presented to the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Watershed Council for the LA Basin Water Augmentation Study (Dallman, Project Manager).