Hilde Snoeckx is a Faculty Associate in the Department of Environmental Studies at the University of West Florida. She has degrees in geography, Quaternary geology, and oceanography, with specialization in paleoceanography/paleoclimatology. She is interested in the interaction between ocean and climate, and the effects of climate change on the (marine) environment. Dr. Snoeckx teaches courses in coastal and marine environments, geology and environmental science.
Johan Liebens is Professor in the Department of Environmental Studies at the University of West Florida. He is a broad-based physical geographer with research interests in environmental soil science and geomorphology. He studies soil and sediment pollution to characterize the origin, level and spatial distribution of the pollution. Additionally, he has a long term project that examines the effects of high-intensity grazing on soil quality indicators.
Dr. Liebens teaches Geography of Soils, Environmental Soil Science, Physical Geography, and Research Design.