Excel - creating spreadsheets, charts, and graphs to effectively display data
Proficient with ArcGIS - creating maps and knowledge of how to use modelbuilder, network analyst,and most tools in ArcToolbox
Proficient with HSPF - creating the files needed to run the model and using relevant programs to edit parameters and model inputs
Proficient with OTIS - creating parameter files needed to run the model and using relevant programs to edit parameters and model inputs
Proficient with Python - writing code to perform various tasks and data analysis. Also, familiar with ArcPy for use in designing models
Experience in ERDAS Imagine - editing and processing images for analysis, as wells as for supervised and unsupervised classification.
Works well with others - using people skills to adapt to people's working habits to get projects done
Education and Training
Masters of Science : Watershed Science, December 2015San Diego State University － San Diego, CAWatershed Science
Bachelor of Science : Environmental Science Watershed Science, December 2012San Diego State University － San Diego, CAEnvironmental Science Watershed Science
Handy - can work with many different tools having worked in construction and home and auto repair.
Clerk December 2011 to August 2013San Diego State University Aztec Shops － San Diego, CA
Verifying and Receiving book and general merchandise orders that come into the bookstore.
Moving heavy orders with various machinery.
Provide assistance to various departments with tasks ranging from deliveries to paperwork.
Day Laborer Eric Leal Private Contractor January 2010 to January 2012Los Angeles, CA
Building walls and roofs that needed adjustments for clients or repair from water damage.
Managing electrical wiring to fit into repairs or remodels.
Repairing plumbing by moving/adding/sealing pipes to fit into repairs or remodels.
Sanding and refinishing of hardwood floors.
Tutor January 2012 to May 2012San Diego State University － San Diego, CA
Tutoring in algebra-based entry-level physics and entry-level geology.
Crew Member April 2015 to January 2012Student Conservation Association Alternative Spring Break － Joshua Tree, CA
Planted native trees, shrubs, and grasses on wildfire scars in Keys View.
Removed invasive mustard seed plants from various areas in the park.
Surveyed Tortoises over two square kilometers to tag for further monitoring.
Researcher December 2014- present Trent Biggs (SDSU Geography Dept.) San Diego, CA Designing and organizing tracer addition experiments on local San Diego streams Performing storm sampling of local San Diego streams Measuring discharge, surveying cross-sections, collecting and processing GPS data Writing python scripts to run batch simulations of the One-Dimensional Transport with Inflow and Storage (OTIS) model Analyzing and modelling Nitrate and Bromide breakthrough curves in OTIS model Graduate Assistant September 2013- August 2014 Trent Biggs (SDSU Geography Dept.) San Diego, CA Using ArcMap to delineate San Diego watersheds from a DEM of San Diego and USGS gage sites Using ArcMap to create pervious land classifications, based on slope, soil, and vegetation layers, to be implemented into Hydrological Simulation Program - Fortran (HSPF) Downloading and managing discharge, precipitation and meteorological data downloaded from BASINS for modelling flows in HSPF Writing instructions for using ArcMap and HSPF to be able to reproduce the methods for other sites Researcher June 2012 - March 2014 Water Resource Institute at CSU San Bernardino San Diego, CA Using ArcMap to identify ideal places to sample based on land cover and sub-watershed size Using ERDAS Imagine for remote sensing of the San Diego River Field work measurements taken along the San Diego River including water sampling, temperature, conductivity, and channel measurements Using Excel to record sampling data including temperature, conductivity, channel measurements, and nutrient levels from lab analysis Research Assistant October 2011-March 2012 Trent Biggs (SDSU Geography Dept.) San Diego, CA Using ArcMap to delineate San Diego watersheds from DEM of San Diego and non-profit organization water quality sampling sites Using ArcMap and SANDAG census data, population statistics were calculated, including average incomes and population per square kilometer