ESRI Conference 2011

I'm excited to say that I'll be attending the ESRI User's Conference again this year (my 3rd ever). I'm presenting on Tuesday afternoon. The presentation is on research I'm doing with Dr. Brosi at Frostburg State University with Black Cohosh and American Bugbane (two plants that grow in the Central Appalachians). We have been looking at factors that affect flowering and we are also doing a risk of discovery evaluation (e.g. vulnerability to harvest).

Hit me up on twitter if you see this (@jbchurchill). Let me know if you are going to be at the Conference. I've totally ignored this blog for way too long (shame on me). I've had to make some job changes due to funding issues and I've just been busy with all sorts of things. I've been learning lots of great new stuff though with LiDAR (using Fusion), and statistics with R when time allows.