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Roger Barlow

Roger is the National Map Liaison for the District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland, and New Jersey.  

I have been a Liaison in 14 different states since 1990, currently serving Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, and the Chesapeake Bay Primary Ecosystem Study. Lived and worked at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station Antarctica 1991-1992. Co-author of first ever image-based geologic map (I-Map 1763).

Professional Experience

  • Currently working with partners on 3 projects using lidar as primary source for local scale hydrography. I Chair the NJ Geospatial Forum Elevation Task Force, and have just begun a similar group in Maryland as part of MSGIC. I am part of the NGP Water Community of Use.

Education and Certifications

  • Syracuse University B.A. in Geography, specialized in cartography under the now famous Prof. Mark Monmonier. 

  • Additional academic credits at George Washington U, and South Dakota State.

Science and Products