- Paul Morin
- Director / Principal Investigator, PGC
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 612-625-6090
What I Do
Manage the support of geospatial services for NSF’s Office of Polar Programs. I did much of the early mapping for PGC's predecessor, AGIC. I help define geospatial needs for the polar community and I do boutique projects.
I’ve been in mapping and scientific visualization my whole career. I’ve made maps and created art for National Geographic, Scientific American, textbooks and science museums. I became involved in McMurdo Dry Valley mapping and it just went from there. Here are some projects, interviews, articles, and links to other things I have worked on:
- RISCO, the Rapid Ice Sheet Change Observatory, which is a NASA funded project to monitor ice at both poles.
- An introductory geology textbook I authored.
- National Geographic Art I produced with Chuck Carter.
- Museum exhibits (one and two) that I have contributed to.
- An article I wrote about learning with topographic maps.
- An interview with the Wall Street Journal
- Antarctic Sun Articles: one, two, three.
- Members of the Polar Geospatial Center and I have contributed satellite imagery in the BBC program Frozen Planet - more info on Frozen Planet on Wikipedia.
- A poster I created for GSA 2011 Minneapolis.
Cooking, bicycling, kids.