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Erin Doxsey-Whitfield, MSc. Hydrologist, Gis Specialist, urban development, environmental design, map, data management, wetlands, environmentally significant areas, municipal policy, provincial regulations, GIS, SSNAMP, EDR, Environmental Design

Erin Doxsey-Whitfield
Hydrologist and GIS Specialist

Masters of Science (MSc)
Queen's University, Dept. of Physical Geography; Kingston, Ontario

Bachelor of Science (BSc) with Distinction
University of Alberta, Dept. of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Edmonton, Alberta

Expertise:

Erin is an outstanding project manager with strong organizational and team-working skills.
She has expert knowledge of ArcGIS, and is proficient in the use of Python and ENVI software. She has worked on a wide range of environmental projects incorporating hydrologic and spatial data, including studies of nitrogen cycling within glacial environments, and storm water management.

Experience:

Erin has over nine years of professional and academic experience in the area of environmental science and GIS, including hydrology, hydrogeology, spatial analysis, and cartography. She has foundational knowledge of groundwater field methods, and groundwater management policy, and she has experience applying this knowledge to an array of projects.
Erin's project management skills have lead her to the helm of a wide range of projects, including; Municipal-scale Environmentally Significant Areas Assessments; Ecological Network Reporting, and Site-specific Natural Area Management Plans.


Notable Work:

Team Lead for a number of development projects in central Alberta requiring objective and systematic condition assessment and relative ranking for the purpose of long-term urban planning. Integrated development priorities with regulatory, environmental, and conservation priorities. Produced key planning documents such as Environmental Network Reports (ENR) and Site Specific Natural Area Management Plans (SSNAMP). Provided important wetland hydrology consulting expertise and GIS support.

Was an integral member of Geospatial Applications Division of Center for International Earth Science Information Network , Columbia University. Involved in multiple regional and global projects aimed at integrating earth science and socioeconomic data

Project coordinator for multi-year project developing Gridded Population of the World (GPW) data collection, a NASA-funded global population grid created from census data

Quantified the role of microbial nitrogen cycling in a glaciated alpine valley in Kananaskis Country, Alberta through hydrochemical, isotopic, and biogeochemical analysis – M.Sc. thesis, Queen’s University

 


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