08 July 2020

Navigating New Waters

  I am now embarking on week eight of my eleven-week fellowship. My supervisor warned me in the beginning that the time would cruise by and that I need to anchor myself in the goals and objectives outlined for this position.…
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08 July 2020

Indoors, but Feeling Like I’m Outdoors

Imagine the feeling of being present in a particular scene when reading a good book—the experience of sinking into the world that is being described in the book without actually being there yourself. You can…
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04 July 2020

Imperfect Conservation: Intersection of Research and Application

During my undergraduate career, I spent three weeks in Mo’orea, a small French Polynesian island. I was joined by 14 other students for a field quarter where we each conducted an ecological study.
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03 July 2020

Point Reyes in 2020 – History, Injustice, and Dialogue

The land that we know today as Point Reyes got its name from Spanish explorer and soldier Sebastián Vizcaíno, a man who gave many of the geographical features of coastal California their modern names.
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03 July 2020

Seeing Sequoia Like I Had Never Seen It Before...

Hello everybody! Hola a todos! As I mentioned in my previous blog, I have been unable to work on site at SEKI and have been teleworking from home.
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03 July 2020

Taking visitors back in time with the use of ArcGIS StoryMaps

During the last two weeks, I’ve had an awesome time researching property boundaries of the Longfellow House-Washington's Headquarters National Historic Site.
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