Nick O'Hanley

Nick is an aspiring GIS analyst and developer. He holds an environmental science degree from Mount Allison University as well as postgraduate certifications in Ecological Restoration from Niagara College and an Applications Specialization in Geographic Information Systems from Fleming College. Nick has 2 years experience working within the non-profit and fish ecology fields as well as municipal traffic systems. He believes GIS is a powerful tool for solving complex environmental problems and is the future to making informed conservation management decisions. When Nick isn’t working, he’s reading, snowboarding or making music.

Articles by Nick O'Hanley

Geomatics Tools In The Protection and Conservation of North American Right Whales

Right Whale Biology + Conservation When speaking about declining populations in species, the words endangered, vulnerable and threatened often come…

A Canadian Ski Bum’s GIS Resource Guide

What is the first thing you do when you get to a ski resort? Usually, it would be to grab…