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Georgina Sanchez

Research Scholar

Jordan Hall 5117


Georgina is a research scholar with a background in engineering, natural resources and geospatial analytics. Her research explores the complex and dynamic interaction between natural and human systems through advanced geospatial analytics. This includes understanding climate change impacts on population growth and redistribution; simulating comprehensive scenarios of future urbanization patterns; projecting how different urbanization patterns are likely to affect water use at local and regional scales; and applying decision science to support conservation measures. She holds a Ph.D. in Forestry and Environmental Resources and Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Biosystems Engineering.


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