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Jesse Sprague

MSc GIS With CSE Certification - Research Assistant

University of New Mexico

Email: j***@***.edu

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MSc GIS With CSE Certification - Research Assistant

University of New Mexico


Staff Geologist

Souder Miller & Associates


Master of GIS Graduate Student

University of New Mexico


Hydrologic Technician

U.S. Geological Survey


Grad Student

UNM


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SMA congratulates Mr. Jesse Sprague, grad student at UNM and SMA staff scientist.
Through the UNM GPSA grant, Mr. Sprague will be exploring 3D reconstruction of land surfaces. He is working towards solving the challenge of working with lots of data, the single biggest challenge preventing 3D reconstruction of land surfaces used for rapid landscape characterization. The New Mexico Research Grant (NMRG) is designed to assist with larger projects that require substantial funding. It was originally created to encourage UNM students to work on research with state agencies that directly benefit the state of New Mexico. Mr. Sprague was also awarded the Rocky Mountain-Urban and Regional Information Systems Association scholarship.


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