Mike Steinberg

Michael Steinberg



  • PhD, Louisiana State University, 1999
  • MA, University of Missouri, 1992
  • BA, University of Missouri, 1988


Teaching Interests

  • Field Course in Belize
  • Geography of Endangered Species
  • Environmental Literature
  • Arts and Science of Fly Fishing
  • Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies
  • Sporting Conservation

Selected Publications

  • Steinberg, M.K. Forthcoming. Human-Jaguar Conflicts in Southern Belize. Conservation and Society.
  • Steinberg, M.K. Forthcoming.A Nationwide Assessment of Threats to Bonefish, Tarpon, and Permit Stocks in Belize. Environmental Biology of Fishes.
  • Steinberg, M.K. 2014. The Brook Trout as Icon. The American Fly Fisher: The Journal of the American Museum of Fly Fishing. 40(2):15-18.
  • Steinberg, M.K. and Taylor, M.J. 2014. Coffee and Maya Cultural Commodification in Guatemala. Geographical Review, 104(3): 361-373.
  • Steinberg, M., Taylor, M., & Kinney, K. 2014. The El Cielo Biosphere Reserve: Forest Cover Changes and Conservation Attitudes in an Important Neotropical Region. The Professional Geographer, 66(3): 403-411.
  • Stalking the Ghost Bird: The Elusive Ivory-Billed Woodpecker in Louisiana.  Louisiana State University Press.  2008.