Samuel Otterstrom, Professor
Born and raised in Spokane, Washington. Mission to Albuquerque, New Mexico. Married with nine children. BS, and MS in Geography from BYU. Former planner in Okanogan County, Washington. PhD from Louisiana State University in Geography.
- PHD, LOUISIANA ST UNIV A + M, 1997
- MS, BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY, 1994
- BS, BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY, 1990
Historical Geography of the U.S., Population and Settlement Geography, Genealogy and Geography, and Urban Planning
- Alcuin Fellowship in General Education, BYU - Undergraduate Education, 2019
- Association of American Geographers
- Samuel M Otterstrom, James A Davis (2016). The Uneven Landscape of California's Historical Landmarks. Geographical Review.
- J Matthew Shumway, Samuel M Otterstrom (2015). Income Migration and Income Convergence across U.S. States, 1995–2010. Growth and Change.
- Samuel M Otterstrom (2015). Income Migration and Home Price Trajectories in the United States. International Real Estate Review.
- Samuel M Otterstrom (2015). Multiscalar Analysis of Religious Geography in the United States. The Changing World Religion Map: Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics .
- Brandon Plewe, Samuel M Otterstrom (2014). Statecraft on the Eve of the Civil War: Influences on New Territories and States in the 36th U.S. Congress. Historical Geography.
- J Matthew Shumway, Samuel M Otterstrom, Sonya Glavac (2014). Environmental Hazards as Disamenities: Selective Migration and Income Change in the United States from 2000–2010. Annals of the Association of American Geographers.
- Samuel M Otterstrom, Benjamin F. Tillman (2013). Income Change and Circular Migration: The Curious Case of Mobile Puerto Ricans, 1995-2010. Journal of Latin American Geography.
- Samuel M Otterstrom, Brian Bunker (2013). Genealogy, Migration, and the Intertwined Geographies of Personal Pasts. Annals of the Association of American Geographers.
- Samuel M Otterstrom, Brandon Plewe (2012). The Future of the Church. Mapping Mormonism: An Atlas of Latter-day Saint History.
- Samuel M Otterstrom (2012). Membership Distribution, 1850-present. Mapping Mormonism: An Atlas of Latter-day Saint History.