Welcome to my website, created to display my work for GSP 470, the Advanced GIS course at Humboldt State University.
To view my Current Assignment for GSP 470: Canvas Maps, please click here

Current Featured Work Skidaway Institute of Oceanography August 2016

Shoreline Analysis of Three Savannah River Landmasses Containing Historically Significant Civil War Ruins

Currently featured work is the result of my summer internship in Savannah, GA, at Skidaway Institute of Oceanography in the lab of Dr. Clark Alexander.

The focus of my research was to conduct shoreline analysis of three landmasses in the Savannah River. These three landmasses have historically significant Civil War ruins, including Fort Pulaski National Monument.

About Me

I am a Humboldt State University undergraduate.
I am planning on graduating with my BS in Oceanography and two minors (Geospatial Analysis; Scientific Diving) in Spring 2017.

I am currently enrolled in GSP 470, an Advanced GIS course, as well as GSP 316, Cartography.
I am planning on using my GIS and other geospatial analysis skills to pursue a career in applied coastal science and management.