Research & Publications
Jill Kelly is a classroom instructor for GIS. Her research focuses on the development and application of GIS and other spatial methods to study environmental phenomena. Jill is a geospatial generalist with interests in morphology, areal aggregation, and raster analysis. Her dissertation research explored the spatial aggregation of lidar measurements in predicting spatially explicit estimates of forest biomass.
Education & Training
- PhDYale University, Forestry and Environmental Studies (2019)
- MAUniversity of Connecticut, Geography (2013)
- BSYale University, Mathematics (1991)