Eric coordinates the Professional Science Masters in Geospatial Information Science & Technology (MGIST) program and is a teaching assistant professor of Geospatial Analytics in the Center for Geospatial Analytics with research interests in distance education, curriculum development, student mentoring, and pedagogy. His geospatial analytics research deals with applications of space/time geostatistics and mapping to water quality/water resource issues and environmental epidemiology as well as spatial decision-support systems. Eric joined the Center in May 2014. Previously, he was an environmental scientist at RTI International and prior to that had a post-doctoral research appointment at Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
- Spatio-temporal reconstruction of missing forest microclimate measurements (2016)
- Geographic clustering of elevated blood heavy metal levels in pregnant women (2015)