About Margo Blosser
Margo Blosser, founder and principal of Gorge GIS, has worked as a GIS Analyst for more than 20 years. Before starting her business in 1999, Margo worked for several of the premier GIS organizations in the Pacific Northwest.
Margo holds a B.S. degree from Portland State University in geography and has been a speaker at several National GIS Conferences, the 1995 ESRI National Conference presenting work for creating an address range GIS Layer http://gis.esri.com/library/userconf/proc95/to300/p258.html, and at the 1997 ESRI National Conference presenting work on Computer-Aided Dispatch for 911 She has also been a presenter at the 2004 GIS in Action conference, presenting results of work for GIS 3-D animations for communicating the cumulative effects of development.
Margo has served as the 2002 President of the Columbia River Region American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing http://www.asprs.org/columbiariver/,. She was a member of the Oregon task force for Surveying GIS and Mapping http://www.oregon.gov/DAS/EISPD/GEO/coordination/task_force.shtml, and a member of the Oregon Geographic Information Council, GIS Professional Certification Task Force.
Margo continues to stay abreast of new geo-spatial technology. Recently she attended the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing National Workshop on LIDAR, “Looking above the Terrain Model: LIDAR for Vegetation Assessment” and the ASPRS workshop “Image Processing for Wetlands.