Kaycee Faunce is a geographer at the Virginia and West Virginia Water Science Center.
Kaycee is an early-career geographer with interests in decision support tools, graphic design and illustration, scientific communication, and geospatial analysis.
Much of her work with the USGS has focused on the mapping and visualization of USGS water data, creating web content to promote and explain USGS science to wide audiences, and developing modeling approaches for assessing the presence and distribution of emerging contaminants in rivers from discharges of treated wastewater.
Education and Certifications
M.S., Environmental Studies, Virginia Commonwealth University
Post-baccalaureate graduate certificate, Geographic Information Systems, Virginia Commonwealth University
B.S., Biology, University of Mary Washington