Forest Products Laboraotry
One Gifford Pinchot Dr.
Madison, WI 53726
B.A. Geography, University of Delaware
M.S. Agriculture Economics, University of Delaware
Masters Thesis: "A Hedonic Analysis of Landscape Patterns."
Examined the influence of census data, LULC maps, satellite imagery,
landscape ecology, and GIS data layers on housing values. Nominated
for the Northeastern Agriculture and Resource Economics Association
Best MS Thesis award. Used Arcview, Grass, Splus, and Spacestat.
Teaching Assistant, Department of Food and Resource Economics (FREC),
University of Delaware. Lone department assistant helped all faculty
with the teaching of their various curricula. Concentrated on teaching
GIS, GPS, HTML, Web Page design, and Unix management. (September
"Delaware Land Use Transitions 1984-1992." Researched
the changes occurring to the landscape in the state by the use of
GIS methods. Used ArcView, ArcInfo, & Grass GIS. Presented results
at Towson University's 11th annual GIS Conference. (June 1998)
Research Graduate Assistant, FREC, University of Delaware. Converted
Nature Conservancy data on rare and Endangered Species for use in
ArcView and Grass GIS. Converted Delaware Freshwater Wetlands Pilot
Project data into ArcInfo and Grass GIS. Delineated watershed boundaries
for the state of Delaware for use in ESRI products and Grass GIS.
(Fall 1997/May 1998)
GIS Instructor, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Richard
Stockton College, Pomona, New Jersey. Developed and taught 1/2 day
introductory seminar on GIS to the department faculty and students
using Arcview GIS. (Spring 1997)
GIS Analyst, FREC, University of Delaware. Technician responsible
for the production of LULC maps from satellite imagery and auxiliary
forms of data on Atlas and Grass GIS systems. (June 1995/September
SUBJECT AREA INDEX:
Natural Resource Economics, Environmental Economics, Geostatistics,