This morning I only intended to go to Kinderdijk to see the UNESCO World Heritage site near Rotterdam, easily accessible by boat, but that trip took a lot longer than I expected. I rode the ferry from Erasmusbrug to Ridderkerk, and then another ferry from Ridderkerk to Kinderdijk, the Erasmusbrug to Ridderkerk ferry runs every… Continue reading Unintentionally Long Bike Ride Map
Below is my poster from the Florida Academy of Sciences 2019 on the 2017 Land O Lakes, FL sinkhole and flying a drone at the site to monitor its changes.
While on vacation in Europe this past May and June, I capped the end of the trip with a stop at the ISPRS Geospatial Week at the University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands. On that vacation trip I spent two weeks in the Netherlands, visiting friends and meeting a few archaeologists with my partner. I then… Continue reading ISPRS Geospatial Week 2019
The American Libraries Association (ALA) recently had a form to ask for questions to ask during interviews and has proved to be a valuable resource, you can see their responses here. I figured a GIS version might also be a good resource, and using Google Forms and Sheets as well, I have made a version… Continue reading GIS Interview Question Bank
After the recent success of the trip to North Carolina and Georgia for the Total Solar Eclipse last month, I got excited about going on another trip with my friends to take part in an activity we love as a group, kayaking. I recently found out about Voyageurs National Park in Minnesota along the border… Continue reading Trip Planning with ArcGIS Online
My friends and I got a cabin in north Georgia, and took a long weekend trip to see the Total Solar Eclipse. We ended up at Hooper’s Bald along the Cherohala Skyway in Nantahala National Forest, it wasn’t our first choice, but we figured it wouldn’t be as busy as other places. I’m hoping to… Continue reading 2017 Total Solar Eclipse