Cynthia Annett

Cynthia Annett has a Masters from Moss Landing Marine Labs and a PhD from U.C. Berkeley. The focus of her recent work is on developing techniques for environmental and cultural inventories and database management, Indigenous Mapping and Environmental Justice. She has a research faculty appointment at Kansas State University, and works with the Tribal TAB program. Dr. Annett is a trainer for the Google Earth Outreach Network and the Indigenous Mapping Workshops, and has provided training on digital mapping techniques for communities around the world. As a co-chair of an ASTM task group for publicly available climate adaptation mapping tools, she is helping to coordinate the development of user and developer standards to make environmental and demographic geospatial data more easily accessible to non-technical users. You can see her workshops and research at

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