Holli Howard Masters Student, RSENR
BS, Natural Resources, University of New Hampshire
Advisor: Austin Troy Email: email@example.com
Holli is working on vulnerability mapping in the Winooski Watershed while wrapping up her Master of Science degree in Natural Resources at the University of Vermont. As a Gund Institute Graduate Student Fellow focusing on urban ecology, Holli is working on developing a methodology to define the urban to metropolitan transition zone to strengthen ecological vulnerability planning. Before UVM, Holli was the Director of Geographic Resources at Casey Trees in Washington, DC. She holds a graduate degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Tasmania, Australia and a Bachelor of Science from the University of New Hampshire.
Research Interests: Dynamic GIS Modeling, Forest Biodiversity
Thesis (working title): Ecological Vulnerability Mapping and Forest Patch Analysis in Urban Transition Zones
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