wanderer writer wonderer
I'm a geospatial data scientist, science writer, ocean addict and wilderness worshipper.
I love true stories, wind and waves, confluences, still desert nights and foggy mountain mornings.
Reading: Hyperion Cantos
Listening: Taylor Swift
| POSTDOCTORAL SCOLAR |
GigaFire: Mapping and modeling
California wildfire fuels
University of Nevada, Reno
Incident mapping specialist/GISS/Data scientist | Deer Creek Resources | 2021 - present
PhD student/graduate research assistant | Center for Geospatial Analytics, NC State University | 2018 - 2021
Fuhs Scholarship intern | KQED Science | 2017
GIS/Strategic planning intern | Monterey County Parks | 2016- 2017
Teaching assistant/BIO204 | CSUMB | 2016-2018
Public relations manager | Steamboat Chamber Resort Assoc. | 2013 - 2015
Reporter/editor | Steamboat Pilot & Today | 2010 - 2013
Reporter | Craig Daily Press | 2009 - 2010
Deckhand/snorkel guide/barefoot cocktail waitress | Palapas Ventana, Baja California Sur | 2016 - 2019
Yoga instructor 200RYT | Hawaii Yoga Institute | 2014
Yes on 2A committee chair | 2013 election | Steamboat Springs
Choreographer/dancer/board member | Steamboat Dance Theatre | 2010-2015
Geospatial Analytics | PhD | NC State University | 2018 - 2021
Applied Marine and Watershed Science | Professional science master's | Cal State Monterey Bay | 2016 - 2018
Sustainability studies | Post-bacc | Colorado Mountain College | Fall 2015
Journalism, psychology | dual bachelor's degree | University of Colorado at Boulder | 2004 - 2008
where i've lived
From viewsheds to viewscapes: Trends in landscape visibility and visual quality research. Inglis, N.C., Vukomanovic, J., Costanza, J. and Singh, K.K., 2022. Landscape and Urban Planning. 224:04424.
Climate change disproportionately affects visual quality of cultural ecosystem services in a mountain region. Inglis, N.C., Vukomanovic J. 2020. Ecosystem Services. 45:11090.
Visualizing When, Where and How Fires Happen in U.S. Parks an Protected Areas. Inglis, N.C., Vukomanovic J. 2020. International Journal of Geo-Information. 9(5):333.
Fall Colors and Climate Change: How Rising Temperatures Might Shift Colorado’s Season of Gold
News blog | NC State Center for Geospatial Analytics | January 2020
Student Travel: Rethinking Boundaries at the Human Dimensions of Wildfire Conference
News blog | NC State Center for Geospatial Analytics | February 2019
Vivan los Aves!: Beyond the shearwater colony of Mexico’s Isla Natividad
The Drop-In | Moss Landing Marine Labs | May 2018
Feasibility study of a regional trail underpass beneath General Jim Moore Boulevard in Del Rey Oaks, California. Conlen, A. Eichorn, E., Inglis, N., & Watson, F. 2018. The Watershed Institute, California State University Monterey Bay, Publication no. WI-2018-06, 32.
Characterization of Physical Dimensions and Nutrient Reduction in an Experimental Treatment Wetland
CSUMB Class ENVS660: Conlen, A., Eichorn, E., Greenway, S., Hutton, T., Inglis, N., Morris, M., Robinson, M. & Burton, R. November 2017. Watershed Institute, California State University Monterey Bay, Publication No. WI-2017-0.
The Lonely Call of the Last San Francisco Quail
KQED Science | October 2017
The Scientist Who Fell in Love with the Ignobly Named Sea Slug
KQED Science | October 2017
Proposed Ndevu Gorge Power Project: A Preliminary Exploration of Potential Environmental Impacts
CSUMB Class ENVS660: Conlen, A., Eichorn, E., Greenway, S., Hutton, T., Inglis, N., Morris, M., Robinson, M. & Watson, F. October 2017. Watershed Institute, California State University Monterey Bay, Publication No. WI-2017-04
Is There a Direct Link Between the Sense of Smell and Obesity?
KQED Science | July 2017