Home Archived February 20, 2019

Link to USGS home page
125 years of science for America 1879-2004
Sound Waves Monthly Newsletter - Coastal Science and Research News from Across the USGS
Home || Sections: Spotlight on Sandy | Fieldwork | Research | Outreach | Meetings | Awards | Staff & Center News | Publications || Archives

Staff & Center News

New Hire in GIS and Data Management

in this issue:
 previous story | next story

Gerry Hatcher at his desk
Gerry Hatcher in temporary quarters at Menlo Park. Look at the computer screen nearest to him for a glimpse of his new daughter, Abigail.
Gerry Hatcher has joined the Western Coastal and Marine Geology team as a Physical Scientist doing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and data management. Gerry has an M.S. degree in Ocean Engineering from the University of Rhode Island and previously was the project manager for the Mapping/GIS Project at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI).

Gerry has a thorough knowledge of GIS software and has designed GIS software products that enhance the functionality of the basic off-the-shelf product. He has designed projects and worked at sea with the latest technologies, including multibeam systems such as the EM300, and processed and published the resulting data. His contributions may be considered among the pioneer efforts in the relatively young science of marine GIS.

Gerry is a licensed instructor for ArcView and has taught classes for many public and private organizations.

Gerry and his wife Ronda live in Ben Lomond, CA, and are the proud parents of a new daughter named Abigail, who will be about 2 months old when this article appears (you may be able to glimpse her in the computer screen nearest Gerry in the photogrph). Gerry is stationed in Santa Cruz, CA.

Related Web Sites
Western Region Coastal & Marine Geology
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)

in this issue:
 previous story | next story


Mailing List:

print this issue print this issue

in this issue: Fieldwork cover story:
Honduras Coral Reefs

Black Carbon

Miami Canal Surveys

Cape Cod Lakes

Outreach African Dust Lecture

Rock Stories

Falmouth, MA Public Schools

WHFC Web Site

Meetings Coral Reefs

Sea-Level Rise & Coastal Disasters

Chesapeake Bay

Water Quality

Restoring Louisiana's Coastal Ecosystems

ArcGIS 8.1

Marine Technology

Staff & Center News Two New Postdocs

Student & Visiting Scientist

Data Management

WHFC Visitors

Cape Cod Marathon

Publications Dec./Jan. Publications List

FirstGov.gov U. S. Department of the Interior | U.S. Geological Survey
Sound Waves Monthly Newsletter

email Feedback | USGS privacy statement | Disclaimer | Accessibility

This page is http://soundwaves.usgs.gov/2002/01/staff3.html
Updated December 02, 2016 @ 12:09 PM (THF)