Hi – my name is Erich Seamon. I’m quantitative climatologist and data scientist – and currently a postdoctoral fellow @ the University of Idaho’s Institute for Modeling, Collaboration, and Innovation (http://imci.uidaho.edu). My research focus is on the use of machine learning and spatiotemporal methods to explore associations of climate with differing facets of society – including agriculture and health.
Below is a synopsis of several different climate science projects I have worked on over the past 10 years @ the University of Idaho. I have particular experience…
I have a background in geographic information systems (GIS), using ArcGIS desktop, ArcGIS server, python, R, as well as managing spatial data within several flavors of databases (SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, MongoDB). I regularly deploy GIS-based web services, manage geodatabases, and use modeling efforts to understand spatial patterns and relationships.
The following are research teams that I have previously or am actively engaged in as a climate scientist and PhD student.
My research interests are described, including work with GIS, agricultural insurance crop loss, as well as a line of work in GIS and child psychology.
Presentations of scientific research
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