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Eva Snirer

Eva Snirer

Sessional Instructor

School of Land Use and Environmental Change

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Biography

”I want an autobiography without revealing any personal information.”
- Diana Ross

Education

  • Master of Science (MSc) – Geography, McGill University 
  • Post Baccalaureate Diploma in Criminology (PBD), Simon Fraser University
  • Bachelor of Arts (BA) – Physical Anthropology, Simon Fraser University

Memberships

  • Canadian Remote Sensing Society: CRSS-SCT
  • IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society
  • Association of American Geographers
  • American Academy of Forensic Sciences
  • Canadian Association of Physical Anthropology 

Teaching Philosophy

"Teaching is a process of learning from your students, colleagues, parents, and the community. I feel everyone in the classroom contributes as a student, teacher, and thinker. I try to learn from students as much as they learn from me. This is a lifelong process where you learn new strategies, new ideas, and new philosophies. Over time, my educational philosophy may change as I grow and learn new things."

Teaching Interests

I am interested in teaching applied geography; going beyond the classroom theory into real world problem solving and applications giving students strong skills to compete in the post-graduation employment market.

Research Interests

GIS, Remote Sensing, Machine Learning, Taphonomy, UAV Mapping, Mass Fatality Events, Mass Graves, Clandestine Graves, Search and Rescue, Outdoor Grow Op Detection, Clandestine Drug Lab Detection, Counterfeit Document Detection, Forensic Geography.

Publications

Kalacska, M., Arroyo-Mora, J., de Gea, J., Snirer, E., Herzog, C., & Moore, T. (2013). Videographic Analysis of Eriophorum Vaginatum Spatial Coverage in an Ombotrophic Bog. Remote Sensing5(12), 6501-6512. doi: 10.3390/rs5126501

 

Snirer, E., Kalacska, M., & Parent, R. (2011). A review of cannabis properties and experiments for its biological control. In World Wide Weed: Global Trends in Cannabis Cultivation and its Control (1st ed.). Vancouver: Routledge.

 

Community Engagement

  • Vancouver GIS Users Group

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