Adam R Mosbrucker

I specialize in the application of geomatics to study geologic and hydrologic hazards. My work utilizes remote sensing, geospatial modeling, field sampling, instrumentation, and surveying to quantify fluvial geomorphology and sediment transport in disturbed volcanic systems. I enjoy all things photographic in nature (e.g., photogrammetry, multispectral, and remote camera systems).



Graduate Certificate in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Portland State University Geography, 2012

B.S. Earth Science, Portland State University Geology, 2011


2009-present, USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory

2019-present, JBC Geomatics

2014-2019, Portland State University

2000-2012, GeoMos Photographic

2004-2009, United Parcel Service (UPS)

2001-2004, Tymer's Photo & Imaging


2019-present, FAA Remote Pilot Certificate

2013-present, Geographic Information System Professional (GISP)

2012-present, National Geodetic Survey OPUS-Projects Manager


2017-present, USGS Geologic Mapping & Hazards Technical Committee

2017-present, USGS-OSW Sediment Round Table Committee

2011-present, USGS Volcano Hazards Program GIS Working Group