Profiles

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Title: Geomatics Specialist
Role: Lead Project Officer of the National Elevation System
Organization: Natural Resources Canada
Location: Centre for Topographic Information, Sherbrooke, Quebec
Title: Research Scientist
Role: Contributing to the NRCan Earth Sciences Sector’s mandate of providing Canadians the updated information about the land surface and changes, with remote sensing sciences and technologies.
Organization: Natural Resources Canada
Location: 560 Rochester Street, Ottawa, ON
Title: Head, Geoscience Analysis and Information Section
Role: Manager of GIS-IM-IT section, lead for GSC Corporate Information Management, the Geological Map Flow, Central division IT
Organization: Natural Resources Canada
Location: Ottawa
Title: Section Chief
Role: Canadian Geodetic Survey
Organization: Natural Resources Canada
Location: Booth Street, Ottawa, ON
Title: Environmental Physicist
Role: Application of remote sensing (hyperspectral) to support monitoring the environment, for forests, mineral exploration and environmental remediation.
Organization: Natural Resources Canada
Location: Ottawa, ON.
Title: Environmental Scientist
Organization: Natural Resources Canada
Location: 560 Rochester Street, 6th Floor, 6-B7, Ottawa, Ontario, K1A0E4
Title: Research Scientist
Role: Remote sensing research and development focussed at the extraction of information from radar images for subsequent application in support of natural resource and environmental management.
Organization: Natural Resources Canada
Title: Geoscience Research Professional
Role: My role in the Geological Survey of Canada is to compile, validate, manage and analyze multi-source and multi-geoscience data for several researchers and geologists. Using geospatial tools such as ArcGIS, QGIS, Global Mapper, I manage databases and...
Organization: Natural Resources Canada
Location: CGC-Québec
Title: Physical Scientist
Organization: Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Title: Geodesy and Geomatics Engineer
Role: Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS), a division of the Dept. Fisheries and Oceans whose role is to chart Canadian waterways, in order to ensure commercial navigation and boating safety.  
Organization: Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Location: Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth NS