Spatial Data Science • Data Visualization • Geographic Information Systems
I’m part of the eBird Status and Trends team where I use data contributed to eBird to understand spatial and temporal patterns of bird distribution and abundance. In addition, I develop tools, data products, and training materials to allow others to easily access and effectively use eBird data for scientific and conservation applications. I care deeply about bird conservation, community science, open source software, and open data, and my role at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology offers the perfect combination of these passions.
M.S., Zoology, University of British Columbia
M.S., Physics, University of Toronto
B.S., Ecology, Guelph University
B.S., Physics, University of Toronto