Meet Jamie Robertson, Conservation Geographer

Conservation Geographer ready to explore, discover, learn, and share!

Jamie Robertson is a Conservation Geographer with over a decade of spatial analysis and mapping experience at all scales of conservation, from global freshwater and marine habitat assessments to site-level optimization for wetland restoration.  Following a Master’s degree in Geography from Appalachian State University in his home-state of North Carolina, Jamie was a spatial analyst for the National Zoo’s Conservation and Research Center mapping Asian large fauna habitats and instructing GIS and remote-sensing workshops in the US and China.  He left the Zoo in 2005 to join The Nature Conservancy’s central science team, co-authoring The Atlas of Global Conservation and turning my career toward applied state-level planning in Colorado and now Washington.
 

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