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Angie is employed by UMCES and works with Chesapeake Bay Program (CBP) GIS team as a Geospatial Analyst. She provides support to the CBP partners by applying her GIS expertise to develop and communicate information used in decision making for the Chesapeake Bay environmental restoration efforts. Specific areas include but not limited to planning and performing geospatial analysis; developing solutions to problems involving the integration of geographical data with water quality criteria assessment, target habitat restoration for species of concern; 3D visualization of multi-dimensional data. She received a Bachelor of Science in Geographic Information Science and Cartography from Wuhan University, China and a Master of Science in Geography from University of Georgia. Before joining CBP, she worked as a Geospatial researcher in Oak Ridge National Lab.