Warren Roberts | GIS Support Specialist
Warren is has been teaching GIS to students for 20 years and has with degree in Landscape Architecture & Planning from the University of Oregon (MLA 98). Also a BSLA from Cal Poly Pomona ('90). He has over 20 years of professional and academic experience in both CAD, GIS and surveying (GPS) working on a variety of projects including storm water modeling, mapping Coastal Marinas and local watersheds and mapping contamination from Chernobyl with recommended land uses changes, and Campus GIS mapping. Current research and interests include remote sensing and field data collection methods and web mapping.
During the summer (2012) he participated on exhibition to survey two of the largest caves in the world in Borneo sponsored by National Geographic using survey grade GPS, 3D scanner and drone aircraft for aerial imagery (http://www.gatewing.com)
Warren teaches Introduction and Intermediate GIS and GPS & articulated lessons for many subject areas. He currently has certificates in GIS teaching in Crime Analysis Mapping ( NIJ) & in Incident (Fire) Command Mapping ( GIST) and a California licensed Landscape Architect. He has worked with faculty throuhgout the 5C and support faculty in many subject areas, field work at the Bernard Field Station and in summer can be found supporting students and faculty at the Pitzer Firestone Field Station in Costa Rica.
5C GIS Fall 2013
- GIS Applications in Env Science (Pitzer) | EA 082 PZ
- Geographic Information Systems (CGU)