Specialties: Water Quality
Joanna Lin is currently a Geospatial Research Assistant on the Catalyst project at the Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions. She helps support the quantitative work associated with modeling and mapping multiple stressors in Arctic ecosystems. Joanna comes to the Catalyst project with a background in geospatial and analytical analysis. Her research experience is focused on machine learning, remote sensing, and GIS. She is interested in the ecological and physical impacts of human activities on the environment.
Joanna is currently a Master’s student in the Environmental Engineering and Science program at Stanford. Before joining COS, she worked as a student operator at Stanford’s Codiga Resource Recovery Center from 2016 to 2017. Her daily work involves water quality testing and data management. She was a summer intern at Ramboll in 2017, evaluating and analyzing groundwater data for inclusion in technical reports.
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