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Tuesday, February 11 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Environmental Research

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Are you a sucker for some serious analysis? This session is full of deep dives into robust analysis from GIS projects.

  • A Comparison of METRIC Evapotranspiration Estimates from Satellite and UAS
    Michael Kalua, Jr. Specialist, University Of California Merced, Merced, CA
  • Streamlining Mojave Desert Restoration Efforts Through GIS
    Audrey Sauvey, M.S., GIS Specialist, Bureau of Land Management, Moreno Valley, CA
    Rachel Moulton, GIS Research Intern, Bureau of Land Management, Moreno Valley, CA
  • California's Exposure to Volcanic Hazards
    Jeff Peters, Geographer, U.S. Geological Survey, Moffett Field, CA

Moderators
avatar for Catrina Meyer

Catrina Meyer

Transportation Planner, Fehr & Peers
I am a transportation planner at Fehr & Peer transportation consultants. I received a GIS certificate as part of my undergraduate and a Masters in City and Regional Planning at Rutgers University. I am passionate about using data to serve and improve communities through safer, more... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Michael Kalua

Michael Kalua

Jr. Specialist, University Of California Merced
Mike joined VICELab as a Student Assistant while he was an undergraduate at University of California, Merced studying Environmental Engineering. As a Student Assistant Mike used GIS to create hydrological maps of various study sites around the globe. During his undergraduate studies... Read More →
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Rachel Moulton

GIS Research Intern, Bureau of Land Management
avatar for Audrey Sauvey, M.S

Audrey Sauvey, M.S

GIS Specialist, Bureau of Land Management
Audrey began her GIS career as a Masters student attending California State University, Long Beach. She is currently working with the Bureau of Land Management as a GIS Specialist, where she is able to utilize her knowledge of GIS to accomplish tasks that require skills such as python... Read More →
avatar for Jeff Peters

Jeff Peters

Geographer, USGS
Jeff Peters is a Geographer at the USGS Western Geographic Science Center. He uses GIS to estimate community exposure and model evacuation for natural hazards. Community emergency managers use these analyses to plan before future events occur and help minimize loss of life and costs... Read More →


Tuesday February 11, 2020 10:30am - 12:00pm PST
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