Landscape Ecologist | 907-786-6353 | jegrunblatt (at) alaska.edu
Jess has a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Middlebury College and a M.S. in Resource Management/Remote Sensing from Colorado State University. His work experience has allowed him to pursue a wide range of interests that focus on the practical application of GIS and remote sensing tools to landscape assessment and natural resource management. Prior work includes: landscape assessment on the North Slope, habitat protection in Prince William Sound, large herbivore census and desertification assessment in Kenya, as well as resource inventory in Alaska’s National Parks. Current research interests include human perception of environmental change and the ecology of wild pacific salmon.