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I am an MS GISc student in the Geography Department of Denver University graduating in the summer of 2012. I obtained my undergraduate degree, a BSc (Hons) in Mathematics, from Newcastle University in England.
I moved to Colorado in 2000 to experience my American heritage and since then have spent time in Engineering, Hydrological Engineering, Utilities, Education, volunteer CERT activities, volunteer DOW work, and as a volunteer at the Denver Aquarium.
Being a child of two cultures, and raised in a boarding school very near to where D.R. Stoddart spent some of his formative years, I have seen the world as my backyard since I can remember, and my personal interests reflect this eclecticity - Scuba, Rainforests, Sailing, Languages, Anthropology, Liverpool Football Club, and almost anything that is alive, especially trees. Locationally I am drawn to Central America and Africa, specifically Belize.
My professional interests vary greatly, and are mostly Ecological, from Endangered Species to Green Energy stopping briefly at Resource Management and Urban - Environmental conflicts. All under the umbrella of GIS.
I am currently available for tutoring first year Grad students in GIS, and am really enjoying the Geography depatment at DU, the range of interests and backgrounds is inspiring and supportive.
Kayaking the Dalmatian coastal crags.
The Narrows, Zion National Park
Some Croatian caves, with appropriately ancient gas headlamps
Canyonlands National Park, Utah
Gladdens Spit, Belize - My first ever dive
The Best Swimming Ever, Belmopan, Belize
San Juan Islands, Washington
Architectural study in Andalucia, Spain
Bridge Building Seminar for the locals, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica. We had to tear down the concrete and metal bridge they had put up before we could build this little beauty and show them how advanced we are in the UK.