Dr. Raymond G. Mueller is a professor of Environmental Sciences at Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. He graduated with a BA in Physical Geography (SUNY-Buffalo), MS in Applied Science (Montana State University), and a PhD with honours in Physical Geography (University of Kansas). For 25 years he has been conducting research on paleoenvironments at archaeological sites in the Mid-Atlantic (USA) states and in Mexico. This research was primarily involved with the effect of agriculture on the environment and subsequent effect on local societies. In particular, the research examined the unsustainability of ancient agricultural practices which led to severe erosion and the decline of a series of ancient cultures. He has also developed courses on agricultural sustainability at Stockton.
New Jersey, USA