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Jennifer Boehnert is the GIS Coordinator at NCAR. She has extensive experience and knowledge of GIS applications and GIS analysis methods. She has been working with a variety of GIS software for the past 10 years. As a consultant for ESRI, the world's leading GIS software company, Ms. Boehnert worked with a vast array of clients on a number of projects ranging from database design to custom GIS tool development. One of these projects was to develop a custom GIS course for the US Forest Service. This course covered working with a GIS database Oracle, and the use of ESRI tools for analysis on the data.
Ms. Boehnert has been the GIS Coordinator at NCAR since 2003, where she provides regular consultation to scientists and engineers on numerous projects. She helped to develop a corporate website, which distributes climate change scenario data in GIS format, and marks the first time that users may access any form of NCAR data from the web with standard GIS tools. Ms. Boehnert also co-authored a flip-book of the changing levels of the Aral Sea, which is being published by the World Meteorological Organization.
Along with these projects, Ms. Boehnert supports all UCAR scientist and engineers who wish to use GIS. She writes programs to automate tasks, performs GIS analyses, and develops lectures to help educate users.
She received a GIS Application Specialist Certification from Sir Sanford Fleming, in Lindsay, ON, Canada, and she holds a B.A in Geography and International Development from the University of Guelph, in Guelph, ON, Canada.