Megan Johnson GIS Portfolio

Leafy Spurge
Habitat Suitability Modeling

Predicting habitat for an invasive weed in Fishlake National Forest

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Shared Costs of the Kingsley Dam Repair

Based on city population
and proximity to the Platte River

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Cost Friction Surface & Least Path

Hike from Leadville CO to Twin Lakes, CO

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Least Cost – Fast Path Analysis

Analysis to find the fastest path between two points.

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About Megan Johnson

Welcome! Thank you for visiting my GIS portfolio. My name is Megan Johnson and I am a Colorado State University graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology and a certificate in Natural Resources Geographic Information Systems. I am passionate about exploring the possibilities of GIS and enjoy solving problems with spatial analysis. The process of map making is both an art and a science, and I enjoy working with data to produce a map that can give an answer to a complex question and display it for all to understand. I am most interested in natural resource management, particularly, habitat analysis, land use change, and suitability modeling. However, I love all aspects of GIS, and would gladly accept any project that would put my geospatial skills to use. Since obtaining my degrees I have worked in government institutions, which have given me a wide range of experiences, including designing maps for veterinary health studies and publications.

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