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Lillian T. Wang: Staff Profile

Lillian T. Wang GISP
GIS Specialist/Cartographer
Phone:
302-831-1096
Fax:
302-831-3579
Email:
lillian@udel.edu
 
Expertise

Lillian T. Wang joined the Delaware Geological Survey (DGS) in 1999. She was the first professional staff member hired to work outside the field of geology. Ms. Wang is a Certified Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Professional (GISP) as established by the GIS Certification Institute. Ms. Wang's duties include creating, acquiring, analyzing and managing GIS data in order to produce publication-quality map products, illustrations and data reports. She assists staff in research and service related to geology, hydrogeology, geophysics, geologic hazards and assists staff in preparation of research proposals.

Ms. Wang's other tasks include spatial analysis and digital image processing. She identifies the nature/source of GIS related problems and implements changes necessary to achieve goals which have an impact on unit. Ms. Wang maintains knowledge of state-of-the-art GIS computing technology and builds upon ideas of colleagues to improve GIS capabilities and efficiency.

Education
University of Delaware, 2005, M.S., Geography
University of Delaware, 1991, B.A., Geography and Art
Activities

STATEMAP surficial geologic maps of southern Delaware

Digital Mapping Techniques Workshop planning 2014

Delmarva GIS Conference committee member

External Publications

Locating Ground Water Discharge Areas in Rehoboth and Indian River Bays, Delaware Using Landsat 7 Imagery, M.S. Thesis, 2005.

Delaware Inland Bays Shoreline Extraction Using Landsat 7 Satellite Imagery, Digital Mapping Techniques '03 - Workshop Proceedings: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 03-471, 262 p., 2003.

Mapping of Locations of Ground-Water Discharge in Rehoboth and Indian River bays, Delaware Using Thermal Imagery: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 33, no. 6, p. 44, with T.E. McKenna, A.S. Andres, and T.L. DeLiberty, 2001.

Abstracts, Lectures and Presentations

Delaware Topographic Maps - Past, Present, and Future, Digital Mapping Techniques, 2013; ESRI International User Conference, 2013.

Evolution of Publishing Delaware Geologic Maps: Paper to Digital, Delaware Geologic Research Symposium, 2013.

Publishing Surficial Geologic Maps of Delaware, Digital Mapping Techniques, 2011; Delaware GIS Conference, 2008; ESRI International User Conference, 2008.

We Have Our Data Now How Do We Make That Great Map, Delaware GIS Pre-Conference Workshop, 2010.

Surficial Geologic Mapping of Delaware in GIS, TUgis 2007; Delaware GIS Conference, 2007.

Landsat Atmospheric Correction: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, ESRI International User Conference, 2005.

Application of GIS in Geologic Mapping - 1:100,000 Surficial Geologic Map of Delaware, Delaware Valley Geographic Association, 2004 & 2005; Delaware GIS Conference, 2004; GIS Night, 2004.

Delaware Inland Bays Shoreline Extraction Using Landsat 7 Satellite Imagery, Delaware GIS Conference, 2003; Digital Mapping Techniques, 2003.

Locating Ground-Water Discharge in Rehoboth and Indian River Bays Using Satellite Imagery, Delaware GIS Conference, 2002.

Digital Ground-Water Recharge Potential Map Data for Kent and Sussex Counties, Delaware, Delaware Geological Survey Digital Data Product No. 02-01, with A.S. Andres, C.S. Howard, and T.A. Keyser, 2002.

Assessment Report of Delaware's Chesapeake Basin, member of the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control's Chesapeake Basin Whole Basin Management Team, 2001.

Digital Delineation of Ground-Water Divides, Delaware GIS Conference, 2000.

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