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Gary Moll

Gary has led the Center in the development of a Geographic Information System analysis technique called an Urban Ecosystem Analysis (UEA) and packaged the methodology into a software tool called CITYgreen that allows communities to calculate the value of trees and other natural features for controlling stormwater and monitoring pollution. He has worked as an urban forester for over 30 years in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. Since 1991, Gary has led an effort to map, measure, and analyze the value of urban ecosystems. He has authored numerous urban forestry articles and two books, Shading Our Cities and Growing Greener Cities. Gary is a forestry graduate of Michigan State University.

Binesh Maharjan

Binesh Maharjan has been working as a GIS/Remote Sensing Analyst for the past 8 years. He specializes in land cover classifications and various image processing techniques such as image classification, interpretation, and image enhancement. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Geography-GIS from University of Maryland, College Park in 2003.