Michael Gleason is a member of the Data Analysis and Visualization Group in the Strategic Energy Analysis Center.
Scientist III - GIS
On staff since April 2014
Phone number: 303-275-4109
Areas of expertise
- Geospatial Analysis and Modeling
- Scientific Programming
- Multivariate Data Visualization
- Technical Writing and Editing
Primary research interests
- Modeling technical resource potential for renewable technologies
- Modeling market diffusion of distributed renewable technologies
- Analysis and visualization of large volume spatiotemporal and multivariate datasets
- Techniques for reconciling variation in resolution of spatial datasets, such as small area estimation, spatial aggregation, and statistical simulation
Education and background training
- M.A. in Geography, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 2012
- B.A. in Environmental Studies and Geology, Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT, 2007
Prior work experience
- Graduate Research/Teaching Assistant, University of Colorado, Boulder, Geography Department, Boulder, CO 8/2010-12/2012
- Assistant Environmental Scientist, Tetra Tech EC, Boston, MA, 11/2007-6/2010
Anderson-Tarver, C.; Gleason, M.; Buttenfield, B.; and L. Stanislawski. 2012. Automated Centerline Delineation to Enrich the National Hydrography Dataset. GIScience 2012, LNCS 7478: 15-28.
Buttenfield, B.P.; Stanislawski, L.V.; Anderson-Tarver, C.; and Gleason, M. 2013. Alternate Methods for Automatic Selection of Primary Paths Through Braided Hydrographic Networks. Proceedings 16th ICA Generalization Workshop, Dresden, Germany.
Buttenfield, B.P.; Stanislawski, L.V.; Anderson-Tarver, C.; and Gleason, M. 2013. Automatic Enrichment of Stream Networks with Primary Paths for Use in the United States National Atlas. Short Paper Proceedings, International Cartographic Congress, Dresden, Germany.