Fernanda is a biologist and environmental manager that has always been passionate about nature and environmental phenomena. She earned her Biology degree in Mexico, and she recently completed her Master’s degree in Environmental Management at the University of San Francisco, where she developed a strong interest in Geospatial technologies and GIS. She is proud to be part of the first group to obtain the GIS Certificate recently developed by USF’s Geospatial Analysis Lab (GsAL). Fernanda has a particular interest in Remote Sensing techniques and she has been working on a project to assess land cover change in the Mexican Water Forest using satellite images. She has experience working in environmental education and conservation in Mexico, and she is currently collaborating in a project that has for objective to measure aboveground biomass using LiDAR technology.