Jennifer Sheldon is an ecologist and writer specializing in terrestrial ecology and wild dog ecology. Her research emphasis includes development of spatial models of carnivore competitive interactions, as well as the demography of coyotes during gray wolf restoration in Yellowstone National Park. Her expertise includes working with multi-disciplinary and stakeholder teams on research efforts. She is the co-founder of Yellowstone Ecological Research Center, and was vice-president for 16 years. She is living in British Columbia working on a book about ecological systems, the human dimension, and resilience. Jennifer spoke at the 2013 Geodesign Summit which Esri recently hosted in Redlands, California. This interview was conducted by Shannon McElvaney after the event, with impressions of the event and about the future of geodesign.
Read the full interview at www.sensorsandsystems.com