William Ayersman, GISP, M.S., joined Davey in 2011 as a geospatial services coordinator. In this role, Ayersman works with GIS project coordination for remote sensing and image analysis projects, LiDAR analysis, database and project management, and the creation and design of predictive and suitability models. He has also been the project lead on all urban tree canopy (UTC) assessment and forestry analysis projects for urban forestry and utility services, which involves generating custom mapping and reports for transmission right-of-way projects.
Ayersman has played a key role in the development of Davey Resource Group’s innovative GIS tools and solutions, focusing on the urban canopy effects of stormwater, watersheds, and ecosystem cost/benefits analysis. Additionally, he has experience in the field of forestry resource management, cartography, landscape metrics, and spatial statistics.
Ayersman holds a master’s degree in forestry and a bachelor’s degree in forest management from West Virginia University. He is a member of the American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS), GIS Users of Northern Ohio (GUONO) and Ohio Urban Regional System Association (URISA).
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