Ingrid Mans

Project Associate

Ingrid Mans joined the Conservation Management Institute in 2010 as an undergraduate to delineate and classify wetlands for ongoing work in the National Wetlands Inventory program.  After completing her Geography degree in spring of 2011, her role began to consistently expand to lead and train wetland delineators, and manage the delineation team on specific projects.  Moving beyond NWI related projects, Ingrid became increasingly involved with the field biology team.   As she participated in a wide variety of projects at Fort Pickett, Quantico, and the Merck propertyin Elkton, VA. She provided extra help on the groundand expertise in geospatial data management and analysis of field data.  More recently, her primary projects include Rhus modeling and mapping at Fort Pickett, and forest carbon offsets in Central and South America.

Geospatial Technologies

Remote Sensing

Photo-Interpretation

B.A. Geography – Virginia Tech (2011)

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