Amanda Aragón, a PhD student in the Department of Geography at the University of Georgia, will present on using environmental data at this Data Users Group meeting.
Amanda Aragón is a mixed-methods geospatial analyst, environmental science specialist, and anthropologist. She is currently conducting research in the Center for Geospatial Research (CGR). She holds a master’s degree in Natural Resource Management, Environmental Science with a certificate in Cultural Resource Management, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and Remote Sensing, from New Mexico Highlands University. Her ongoing research includes work in cooperation with UGA and the U.S. Forest Service aimed at investigating greenspaces, such as the Atlanta BeltLine and Browns Mill Food Forest, to better understand the social-ecological impacts of environmental gentrification within the broader environmental context.
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