Richard is one of the best GIS analysts I’ve worked with. And I’ve worked with him on a bunch of projects. He combines artistic sensitivity with sound science. He knows a great deal abut how to use GIS for effective resource management. One of the best things about Richard is that he LISTENS. He’s really smart. Another one of the best things…and there are many… is that he works hard. Richard is NOT lazy and he doesn’t let you down.
Michael Dangermond Senior Cartographic Manager, ESRI, Sacramento, Ca.
I worked with Richard for ten years. He is intelligent, a hard worker, patient, and a great listener. He is an excellent GIS Analyst and many clients were impressed with his visualization projects. Richard worked on many projects. He is well known for providing high-quality products.
Shlemon Youkana Photogrammetist and Remote Sensing Analyst.Back To Top
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SLOPE derived from a TOPOGRAPHICAL MODEL
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