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Jan Veerman has four years of Remote Sensing and GIS experience, working with a variety of software such as ESRI’s ArcGIS, ERDAS Imagine, Google Earth Engine, and ENVI. He has conducted large-scale GIS research and analysis, participated in multiple field schools, and taught at the university level. His specific role at TerraX focuses on using GIS to map archaeological surveys and conduct spatial data analysis. Mr. Veerman received his B.Sc. in Earth Sciences from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands and his M.Sc. in Physical Geography from the University of Georgia, Athens. His research has focused on the use of remotely sensed data to monitor, detect, and map toxic cyanobacterial blooms in inland waters of data-scarce regions such as the Okavango Delta. His main area of interest is the usage of GIS and remote sensing techniques in regions that lack locally collected data due to their remote location, lack of infrastructure, or poverty.

Jan Veerman

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