Skills & Languages
Geographic Information System (GIS) in Environmental Studies:
As a powerful tool, GIS can help us with environmental data analysis and planning to aim development activities, monitor environmental problems, and develop GIS models to mitigate environmental hazards and risks.
Hence, I am looking for an opportunity to use my knowledge of environmental studies and my GIS technical skills to apply best practices and concepts in real-world scenarios.
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Experience in Esri development platform
Experience in Esri's mobile platform
Collector, explorer & Survey 123
Experience in the use of PCI Geomatics
Skilled in the use of Google Earth Engine
Experience using Spatial Analyst & ArcGIS pro
GIS Practicum Student-I view it
Sep 2010 to Dec 2020
I will be working with the Canadian Wildlife Federation(CWF) as a practicum student on the Canadian Aquatic Barrier Database (CABD). My job will be to work alongside other members of their GIS team to perform a variety of GIS and QA/GC tasks using QGIS software. e.g. I will be cleaning and standardizing barrier and hydrographic data that will be used for providing Fish passage & moving the CADB project forward.
GIS Practicum Student-II
Sep 2020 to Dec 2020
I will have an opportunity to work with the Canadian Hydrographic Service(CHS), Department of the Fisheries and Ocean s Canada. I will be working on the Fogo Seamounts project and will create a story map to be released for Geographical Naming day in November.
GIS Student Assistant
Sep 2019 to April 2020
I was accepted for a 'Work-Study', GIS Assistant position, posted by the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies. Work-Study's program is a Financial Aid program funded by Carleton University.
As a GIS student assistant, my job was to convert different course materials from ArcMap to ArcGIS Pro. For example, I was responsible to change all the 'ArcMap' course material to 'ArcGIS Pro' for the GEOM 2007 course.
GIS application project
As a student in GIS Diploma Program at Vancouver Island University, I was required to complete a practicum project at the end of my program. Fortunately, I was offered a project to develop a 'flood depth grid' mapping to support floodplain mapping exercise for a sponsoring organization called 'Cowichan Valley Regional District ' in British Columbia. This 'practicum' project provided an opportunity for me to apply my GIS knowledge and skills, acquired from the program into practice.
I like to watch comedy
Love to fly my drone
I like to walk
I like to travel
Honors BA in Environmental Studies with minor in Geomatics (view it)
Carleton University, Ottawa ON - 2017 - 2021
GEOM 1004: Maps, Satellites, and the Geospatial Revolution
GEOM 2007: Geographic Information System
GEOM 3002: Introduction to Remote sensing
GEOM 3005: Geospatial Analysis
GEOM 3103: Watershed Hydrology
GEOM 4008: Advanced Topics in GIS
GEOM 4009: Applications in GIS
Advanced diploma In GIS applications
Vancouver Island University, Nanaimo BC - 2016-2017
GEOM 501: Foundation of GIS
GEOG 511: Geodatabase
GEOG 593: Internet GIS
GEOG 591: GIS Applications Project
GEOG 581: Management Issues in GIS
GEOG 523: Advance Applied Spatial Analysis
Macodrum Library, Carleton University - 2019
Introduction to Collector for GIS
Introduction to ArcGIS Pro
Mapping Census Data using QGIS
Carleton University - 2020
CDNS 1001: Studying Canada
HIST 29100: History of Oil
HLTH 4601: Environmental Pollution and Health
GEOG3206: Health, Environment, and Society