Mosaics 2013 Products

Park

Position

Presentation

Catoctin Mountain Park (CATO) - Thurmont, MD GPS/GIS Technician (Kristan Culbert) Summary Slides [PDF 5.3MB]
Handout [PDF 1.1 MB]
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park (CHOH) - Hagerstown, MD

Hydrogeologist / Wetlands Scientist (Ivan Carabajal)

Summary Slides [PDF 3.7MB]
Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument (FLFO) - Florissant, CO Paleontology / Museum Intern (Selva Marroquin) Summary Slides [PDF 3.7MB]
Gateway National Recreation Area (GATE) - Staten Island, NY
Geology - GIS Specialist (Carlos Carvaljal) Summary Slides [PDF 1.2MB]
Grand Canyon National Park (GRCA) - South Rim, Grand Canyon Village, AZ
Geologist - Geohazards (Kaytan Kelkar) Summary Slides [PDF 5.2MB]
Mammoth Cave National Park (MACA) - Mammoth Cave, KY
Karst Geoscience Reseach Assistant (Jay Kim) Summary Slides [PDF 4.3MB]
Mount Rainier National Park (MORA) - Ashford, WA Interpretation Specialist (Marissa Reis) Summary Slides [PDF 3.5MB]
National Capital Parks East (NACE) - Washington DC and Maryland Resource Assistant (Juana G. Aguilar) Summary Slides [PDF 5.3MB]
National Capital Parks East (NACE) - Washington DC and Maryland Resource Assistant (Rebecca Fraker) Summary Slides [PDF 5.3MB]
Prince William Forest Park (PRWI) - Triangle, VA Digital Science Interpretation Intern (Leyla Farshipour) Summary Slides [PDF 5.4MB]
Prince William Forest Park (PRWI) - Triangle, VA GIS Tech/Natural Resource Science Intern (Javar Henry) Summary Slides [PDF 3.3MB]
Rock Creek Park (ROCR) - Washington DC Biologic Inventory and Monitoring Assistant (Zenovia Mitchell) Summary Slides [PDF 3.9MB]
 
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Last updated: May 18, 2016