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Steve Chignell

Steve Chignell is a MS student in Watershed Science at Colorado State University.  Working with adviser Melinda Laituri (Ecosystem Science and Sustainability), he is interested in the use of GIS and remote sensing in addressing climate change and land use, as well as its applications for increasing the long-term sustainability of water and sanitation projects in developing nations.

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  1. NASA DEVELOP: Colorado Ecological Forecasting (November 15th, 2012)

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