As environmental scientists research and innovate, the use of spatial technology can often provide missing context by providing an avenue to analyze and understand the larger picture. At the Virginia Commonwealth University Center for Environmental Studies, we strive to integrate the latest spatial technology in classroom learning to help students prepare for their career.
My work at VCU uses geospatial technology to help develop conservation planning models and tools. My courses teach students how to use technology to analyze and visualize environmental datasets, and, to develop landscape and watershed models.
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You can reach me at:
Virginia Commonwealth University
Center for Environmental Studies
1000 W. Cary Street
P.O. Box 843050
Richmond, Virginia 23284