A selection of projects from the Bachelors of GIS program at Selkirk College. The variety of work below displays the wide range of skills I obtained from my time at Selkirk College including UAV projects, CAD drafting, programming, remote sensing and advanced GIS topic mapping.
USING REMOTE SENSING FOR LAND USE CHANGE DETECTION
Increasing populations and urbanization throughout the interior of British Columbia, and more specifically the Kootenay Region, has created a need to study how land is being used and how it has changed over the last 35 years. This project used remote sensing technologies such as supervised image classification and change detection techniques to determine land cover changes focusing on built and logged in the Cranbrook area over the last 35 years. This project can help city planners with land use management as the demand for urbanization creeps into the natural domain.