February 3, 2012

Data services for coastal management, citizen science, and global synthesis. Brown Bag Lunch with Greg Booma, Marine Advisory Services, MIT Sea Grant

Date: Thursday, April 5, 2012
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 pm
Location: MIT E38-300 (292 Main St., Cambridge, 3rd floor)

Bring your lunch and learn about MITIS and other data services

About Greg Booma
Greg works in the Marine Advisory Services group at MIT Sea Grant. He has an extensive background in applying geographic technologies and methods to environmental and socioeconomic issues. His first exposure to coastal and marine initiatives was at the United States Geological Survey (USGS) in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, where he worked on projects related to coastal hazards and climate change. After the USGS, Greg spent several years in the Center for International Earth Science Information Network at Columbia University, where he was engaged in macro-scale population-environment research endeavors. At MIT Sea Grant he designs and develops services for the synthesis, analysis, and distribution of spatial data and related information.

About the Brown Bag Lunch Series
MIT Sea Grant staff and students present projects, programs, research, and other topics in an informal setting to inform and inspire MIT colleagues and the wider community. The Brown Bag Lunch Series is open to the public.


Greg Booma, Research Engineer, MIT Sea Grant

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