Justin Brice

GIS Analyst
Phone
541-368-5808
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Justin Brice is a GIS Analyst with 5 years of professional experience applying spatial analysis to help conserve natural landscapes and working lands. He has lived agriculture experience growing up in California’s Central Valley on the family walnut farm and holds a B.S. in Wildlife Conservation and minor in Geospatial Sciences from Humboldt State University. With his background in agriculture, wildlife field sampling/surveying work, species distribution, and connectivity modeling, Justin is focused on conserving habitat cores and agricultural lands that act as corridors to allow for wildlife movements. To that end, his recent focus is at the intersection of renewable energy development, protection of valuable farmland, and wildlife conservation as the world races to address our global climate crisis. Collaborative decision support systems will be needed now more than ever so that our decision-makers can have access to a transparent process that allows for scenario planning to make informed decisions using the best available science. Justin is the project manager on several projects involved with the co-production of spatial decision support systems (SDSS) with clients to inform and support decision makers.

Areas of general expertise (other than Geographic Information Systems) include: 

  • Wildlife Conservation
  • Field Sampling and Study Design
  • Species Distribution Modeling
  • Ecological/Species Connectivity Modeling
  • Forest Ecology
  • Wetland Ecology
  • Rangeland Ecology
  • Cartographic Design 
  • Collaborative Decision Making
  • Agricultural Systems
  • Landscape Ecology

Projects

CBI's Work In Support of 30x30
CBI worked closely with NRDC to integrate relevant spatial datasets to map areas of high value from the standpoint of carbon storage and sequestration, terrestrial ecological value, and aquatic value in support of the NRDC program, the 30x30 campaign.
OR & WA Trails Assessment and Planning
Expanding the Deschutes County trails prototype and sustainability model to Oregon and Washington
CBI’s climate risk and resilience work
We can either meet these grand challenges headlong in a proactive way, or we will fail to plan and end up on the back foot, with tragic results.

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