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Russell Congalton, Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, is a professor of GIS and remote sensing at the University of New Hampshire. He received a Faculty Excellence Award in 2005. His research interests are divided almost equally between basic research on spatial data uncertainty/map accuracy and applied research applying the tools of remote sensing, GIS, and spatial data analysis to solving natural resource problems. These projects have included deer and bear habitat mapping, endangered plant habitat analysis, mapping forest change, fire and fuels management, and eelgrass mapping, to name just a few.
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