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Resume Details: Jill Derwin


Address :

101 Iron Works Rd Killingworth CT USA

Email :

JMD59@Duke.edu

Web :

http://

Phone :
8603045756
Fax :

Willng to Relocation :
Yes
Desire Location:
North East Region, USA
Date Available :
20-5-2012
Desire job Title::
Remote Sensing/GIS Analyst
Year of Experience:
Entry Level

 
Education :
 
Master of Environmental Management, Global Environmental Change, May, 2012
Duke University's Nicholas School of the Environment

Bachelor of Science, Natural Resources and the Environment, Geomatics, May 2010
The University of Connecticut
 
GIS Skills :
 
Remote Sensing with ENVI and Erdas Imagine
Geospatial Analysis with ArcGIS
Knowledge of python for GIS applications
Ecosystem modeling with STELLA and Matlab
 
Work Experience :
 
Research Assistant, Nicholas Institute for the Environment and Policy Studies, Duke University, Durham, NC
Dr. Lydia Olander (Supervisor)
• Compiled data for a GIS map to assist local forest owners in determining their eligibility to participate in a statewide voluntary carbon market for an avoided convergence forest project. Academic year, 2011-2012

Stanback Intern, Global Rivers Project,Woods Hole Research Center, Woods Hole, MA
Dr. Robert Max Holmes (Project Advisor)
• Used GIS to perform an analysis of the interaction between a number of geographically constrained variables such as land cover, precipitation, and biomass, and dissolved organic carbon content of streams in the Congo Basin to determine a baseline relationship for the region. Summer 2011

Big Cats Initiative Team Member, Nicholas School of the Environment in partnership with National Geographic
Dr. Stuart Pimm (Project Advisor)
• Worked with a student team contributing to the generation of a suitability map of lion and large felid habitat for Western and Northern Africa. Final work informed project funding decisions for National Geographic’s Big Cats Initiative. Academic year 2010-2011

Department of Natural Resources and the Environment, University of Connecticut, , Storrs, CT
Research Assistant
Dr. Glenn Warner (Independent Study Advisor)
• Utilized environmental models to analyze relationships between water use and spawning behaviors of local fish populations. Data supported the study: Modeling the Effects of Reservoir Release Practices on Downstream Flows. Spring 2009
Research Volunteer
Dr. Gary Robbins (Supervisor)
• Retrieved and compiled data for an historic well database to be analyzed in terms of trends in sodium and chloride concentrations. Data supported the study: Temporal and Spatial Trends in the Salt Content of Connecticut’s Groundwater over the last 100 years . Spring 2009

 
 
 

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