Alexander B Jonesi


Alexander Jonesi is currently a pathways student trainee with the Topographic Data Services office of the National Geospatial Program. Alexander began his career interning for the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences where he co-authored a publication entitled Exposure to naturally occurring mineral fibers due to off-road vehicle use: A review.  Alexander worked for the USGS's Eastern Geographic Science Center (EGSC) as an intern in 2015 and after graduating, continued his work as a contractor working for EGSC and National Cooperative Geologic Mapping Program (NCGMP) and volunteering with the Office of Science Quality and Integrity (OSQI). He contributed to several projects including a carbon research project at the Great Dismal Swamp, cataloging mangroves at Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge in Sanibel, FL, and working with the Secondary Transition to Employment Program (STEP), which provides young adults from local high schools with learning disabilities, job skills to help them transition from school to work. 



M.S., Geospatial Intelligence, University of Maryland, Current

B.S., Environmental Science and Policy, University of Maryland, 2016 

Minor: Geographic Information Systems, University of Maryland, 2016



Stoker, J., Jonesi, A., Baez, V., Lukas, V., Thatcher, C., 2019, “The 3D Elevation Program: Understanding Natural Hazards in Three Dimenstions.”, ESRI,

Wolfe, C., Buck, B., Miller, A., Lockey, J., Weis, C., Weissman, D., Jonesi, A., Ryan, P., 2017, Exposure to Naturally Occurring Mineral Fibers Due to off-Road Vehicle Use: A Review, International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health