Walt Jaslanek

Department of Environmental Conservation

Research interests include the use geospatial technologies and how they can help make better decisions. His current research entails looking at the combined use of geographic information systems (GIS) and geospatial visualizations; and their involvement and impact in wind energy planning.

Walt has a B.A, in Geography and a M.S in Geosciences from Montclair University, New Jersey. Walt has over 10 years of working experience in environmental engineering industries, specializing for the latter years in applied information management services. He specializes in developing and administering project databases and systems working specifically with
GIS. His developed skills include GIS analysis and data management with desktop and enterprise systems. Other work experiences include: modeling and visualization design, CAD and GIS integration techniques, and Web GIS site creation and management.