Western Washington University
- Lab Supervisor
- Introduction to GIS
I was employed at the Spatial Applications Research Center at New Mexico State University as a GIS Technician while completing my undergraduate degree. Through this experience, I have developed my skills with software, research, leadership, and data collection/analysis.
Projects I have worked on include Land-Based Sources of Air Quality Contamination in the Binational Border Region of Southwestern New Mexico, Northwestern Chihuahua, and West Texas; Particulate Matter Emission Inventory for the International Border Region of Southern New Mexico Using GIS and Source Specific Emission Factors; and Healthy Kids of Las Cruces, New Mexico Department of Health Awareness.
Geographic Information Science and Technology
Cumulative GPA: 3.56
Major GPA: 4.0
an object-oriented maximum entropy approach for modeling dust sources from presence-only data
I created this map for a cartography class and achieved second place in the final map competition with regards to aesthetics and functionality.
This documents includes a graph which shows the topography of Death Valley. It was made from the data collected in ArcGIS that I transferred to Microsoft Excel.
I completed this map of Death Valley from a DEM that I processed to show different variables such as slope, aspect, and elevation.