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Regan Murray

GIS Analyst
Environmental Informatics Program
Geographic Information Systems

Regan Murray is a GIS Analyst working for the Environmental Informatics program. Regan double majored in Cartography & GIS and Rhetorical Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she additionally worked with the Gibbs Land Use and Environment Lab and the  Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences. Prior to joining SFEI, Regan worked for the Bureau of Land Management's Plant Conservation and Restoration Program. 

 

Related Projects, News, and Events

California Aquatic Resource Inventory (CARI) (Project)

The California Aquatic Resources Inventory (CARI) is a Geographic Information System (GIS) based map of wetlands, streams, and riparian areas within California that is hosted online through EcoAtlas.

Suisun Landscapes (Project)

The largest brackish marsh on the West Coast, Suisun Marsh is a unique transitional landscape between San Francisco Bay and the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. The Marsh supports high ecological diversity and has long been managed for recreational hunting and native species support, yet it is threatened by an uncertain future under climate change. Effective adaptation in Suisun will require coordinated, science-based planning by agencies and private landowners.

Baylands Change Basemap (Project)

The Baylands Change Basemap will update the existing map of tidal marsh, tidal flats and diked baylands to incorporate the many changes in baylands distribution and abundance that have occurred over the last two decades. It will also include new information about land use and infrastructure that affects baylands restoration and management constraints and opportunities. To ensure the map is as up-to-date as possible, the project will develop procedures for ongoing local updates and change detection to cost-effectively maintain the basemap’s high value.