Mr. Cannon’s GIS analysis, research, and field work support our Natural Resources projects including natural resource management, and conservation science and planning. His expertise in prescribed burns, species monitoring, and conducting surveys has earned him a strong reputation among our clients and his peers. He assesses impacts on the environment from Federal improvement projects and prepares planning and surveys for invasive species, bats, and habitat improvement areas. Through internal and external interviews, as well as literature reviews, he identified and spatially represented existing and potential encroachment challenges and determined potential conservation, working-lands, open-space, or habitat partnering solutions to avoid or reduce mission impacts arising from these challenges.
Mr. Cannon earned a BS in biology and environmental science from the College of William and Mary in 2005. He earned a MEnvMgt from Duke University in 2007, as well as certificates in geospatial analysis and nonprofit management. He holds a GIS Professional certification from the GIS Certification Institute.