Geographic Information Systems Specialist
Tamee is a hyrologist and GIS analyst with a M.S. in Hydrology from the Colorado School of Mines and a B.S. in Geology from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. After completing her Master’s degree, Tamee worked on environmental impact assessments and remediation plans for contaminated groundwater, surface water, sediment and soil at various USEPA Superfund sites throughout the western U.S. She has over five years of experience using GIS to visualize and analyze environmental and water resources information using spatial interpolation, multivariate statistics, and surface and volume calculations. She has also conducted groundwater and contaminant transport modeling, developed custom spatial analysis tools and conducted field sampling and aquifer tests. She is particularly enthusiastic about increasing the impact of scientific data analyses on policymaking and water management using innovative data visualization and communication methods. Passionate about promoting mutually beneficial solutions among diverse stakeholders throughout Israel and the Palestinian territories, she is excited to contribute to the Center for Transboundary Water Management.