How Low Should You Go?
A look at our drone work at the Mass Audubon Rough Meadows Sanctuary and how we are using drones to evaluate Spartina distributions.
Gypsy Moths vs. Drones
Assessing the damage of Gypsy Moth infestations at the Tompson Street Reservation in Gloucester, MA with drones and QGIS.
Students and Drones
Teaching is a the heart of what I do. Here is an article about our students using drones.
Mapping New Lands in the South Pacific
Its not often that scientists these days get to map something new. However, a rare opportunity has recently arisen out of the sea. One our CUES students, Therese Ohman was there, assisting NASA in gathering samples and scientific data.
4 Days in Shanghai
In the June of 2019, I was one of the Keynote Speakers at the 2nd Annual Urban Ecological Sustainability and Security Workshop at Fudan University in Shanghai.
Humanitarian Open Street Map Crisis Mapping
As part of their UES-225 Geographic Information System Lab work this week, 32 Suffolk students crated map data with HOT Open Street Map technology in a Service Learning Mapathon. Both groups worked on projects requested by the USAID's Women Connect, which is a group that aims to bridge the digital gender divide and increase women’s access and usage of technology to improve their everyday lives.