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Roger Meyer - Peace Corps - Botswana, Assistant Museum Curator
Graduate School of Geography
GIS and International Development Program
950 Main Street
Worcester MA 01602
PHONE (508) 756-7071
updated September 2000
Interpersonal, communication, planning and organizational skills.
Skills in biological data collection, digital image processing, statistical analysis, and.
Software skills: Excel, Lotus 1-2-3, Office, Access, Approach, Word, WordPerfect, Visual Basic
GIS software: ArcView, ArcInfo 8, Idrisi,
City of Bellingham Parks and Recreation, Park Manager
Managed a small city park. Responsibilities included facility maintenance and regulation enforcement.
National Park Service, Biological Science Technician
Conducted auditory songbird surveys in Olympic National Park. Trapped and collected data on small mammals
using Sherman and Tomahawk traps. Collected vegetation data using variable and fixed radius plots. Entered
scientific data into an Access database, and assisted in analyzing, mapping, and preparing written progress
USDA/APHIS/ PPQ, Plant Protection and Quarantine Officer
Interpreted and enforced federal regulatory orders and quarantines. Designed and managed an Approach
database for the Port of Seattle. Worked as a member of the Medfly Eradication Task Force in Tampa, Fl.
Peace Corps - Botswana, Assistant Game Warden
Managed a remote game scout camp (14 staff) in Gemsbok National Park. Administered daily activities of the
camp and developed park infrastructure. Developed a tourist information brochure and map of the area.
Designed and initiated a project to construct directional signs in the management area. Expanded road network to
increase access for visiting tourists.
Peace Corps - Botswana, Assistant Museum Curator
Responsible for developing park and tourist infrastructure at Tsodilo Hills Monument. Constructed a temporary
staff headquarters at the Monument. Managed the daily activities of the camp (3-10 staff). Constructed 20kms of
hiking trails, including an interpretive trail with interpretive leaflet. Inspected and evaluated Monument construction
Metropolitan Mosquito Control District, Field Technician
Treated designated wetlands with growth hormone inhibitor briquettes (Vectobac) to prevent the emergence of
adult mosquitoes. Also, collected larvae samples and counts on previously treated areas to determine the efficacy
of the treatments.
Minnesota Dept. of Natural Resources, Biological Technician
Trapped white-tailed deer with clover traps on four remote study sites under adverse winter weather conditions.
Handled captured deer, including: chemical immobilization, blood and urine sampling, morphology measurements,
fitting individuals with radio collars, measuring weights, extractions of a tooth for age determination, monitoring
body temperature, assessing pregnancy status of females using ultrasound, and administering antibiotics and a
reversal drug (reverse anesthesia).
Clark University, Worcester, MA
Masters Candidate, Geographic Information Systems and International Development
University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN
B.Sc., Environmental Studies
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