During my graduate studies I performed spatial analysis on Roman military building practices in Britain. This research used a multi-method geomatics approach, including the use GIS with fuzzy set theory, remote sensing, and a cybercartography atlas.
In 2017, Elephant Hill was devastated by the extreme wild fires that spread throughout Western Canada. Using Landsat 8 imagery, this project performs a burn severity analysis to calculate a normalized burn ratio to determine the severity of the wildfire.
Using LIDAR data provided by the New Brunswick GeoNB Data Catalogue, a digital terrain model was created and a watershed was delineated for the Point Wolfe River.