Kate Markham

Postdoctoral Research, Associate Center for Geospatial Research (CGR); Department of Geography | University of Georgia

I am a conservation GIS scholar who uses geospatial analysis, remote sensing, and ecology for environmental projects that work towards a future where humans live sustainably with the natural environment. I studied conservation GIS at Clark University and recently completed my PhD at the University of Georgia focused on spatial scale, land-use change, and machine learning methods for modeling human-elephant conflict in northeastern Zimbabwe.

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