With courses including remote sensing, geographic information and systematic analysis (GIS), and cartographic principles and design M.S. thesis title: Holocene moraine chronology at Mount Rainier, Washington based ontephrochronology and surface-exposure ages With courses including hydrology, geophysical principles, engineering math, geomorphology, stratigraphy and sedimentation, field geology, coastal geology, physics, chemistry, and calculus -Seven years experience with ESRI ArcGIS software including ArcCatalog, ArcMap, ArcToolbox, Spatial Analyst, and 3D Analyst from ArcGIS 9.3 -Ten years experience working with vector-graphics software including Adobe Illustrator (through version CS2), Macromedia Freehand, and CorelDraw, as well as Adobe Photoshop -Additional experience with AutoCAD, Microsoft MapPoint, Blue Marble, Kodak ENVI remote sensing software, and GeoMedia geodatabase software -Ensure conformity to quality and contract criteria for all aspects of data processing, interpretation, and presentation -Independently lead small data processing and charting teams from survey project setup through final client deliverables -Bathymetric and geologic chart production for thousands of kilometers of telecommunication cable projects with various CAD and GIS software packages -Offshore processing and surface interpolation of high-resolution swath bathymetry data and acoustic backscatter images with proprietary Unix and Windows-based software -Acquisition of, editing, processing, and querying data on a two-terabyte geographic database using ArcCatalog and ArcMap from ESRI ArcGIS 9 -Performed high detail mapping of over 4000 airports worldwide using a proprietary, geographically referenced vector graphics program, aeronautical charts, and high-resolution aerial imagery Detailed field mapping and data acquisition of glaciers and glacial deposits in Washington State, Alaska, and British Columbia -Monitoring and operating instruments such as an inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer (ICP-MS) at the University of Washington and a Van de Graaff accelerator mass spectrometer at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory -Research, instrument deployment, and detailed data recording of observations in areas including geology, surveying (using a Wild T-2 theodolite), glaciology, glacial hydrology, meteorology, geomorphology, and geophysics (seismic recorders and gravimeters) Love of all things cartographic, skiing, hiking, vector-graphics software, furniture design, glacial geology, Switzerland, travel, and children Source.


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