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Email
johnc@gri.msstate.edu

Office
HPC A208

Phone
(662) 325-5447

Box 9627
Mississippi State, MS 39762


John H. Cartwright  

Email
johnc@gri.msstate.edu

Office
HPC A208

Phone
(662) 325-5447

Box 9627
Mississippi State, MS 39762
Biography
John Cartwright is an Assistant Extension Professor at the GeoResources Institute (GRI) at the High Performance Computing Collaboratory (HPC2) of Mississippi State University. Dr. Cartwright received his Ph.D. in Earth and Atmospheric Science from Mississippi State University. His B.S. was concentrated in professional geology and his M.S. focused on the use of geospatial technologies for watershed management (as a NOAA Graduate Research Fellow at the Weeks Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve). He is currently the Director of the Geospatial Education and Outreach (GEO) Project, a collaborative effort of GRI, the Mississippi State University Extension Service, and the Northern Gulf Institute. The project serves as Mississippi's primary source of geospatial education and technical information, providing training and support in the use, application, and implementation of geospatial technologies.
Research Interest
Geospatial applications for coastal resiliency.
Geodata visualization and dissemination.
Geospatial decision support systems and application.
Geospatial education and outreach.
Selected Publications Total Publications:  48 
Grala, K., McMillen, Randall D., & Cartwright, J. H. (2022). Georeferencing a Raster Dataset Using QGIS. Mississippi State University: Geosystems Research Institute. [Document]

Grala, K., McMillen, Randall D., & Cartwright, J. H. (2022). On-screen Digitizing Using QGIS. Mississippi State University: Geosystems Research Institute. [Document]

Gray, M. T., Cartwright, J. H., Grala, K., & Babineaux, C. E. (2022). A Vector Shoreline Extraction Methodology. Mississippi State University: Geosystems Research Institute. [Document]

Gray, M. T., Cartwright, J. H., & Grala, K. (2022). The Application of a Living Shoreline Site Suitability Model to St. Louis Bay, Mississippi, USA. Mississippi State University: Geosystems Research Institute. [Document]

Gray, M. T., Cartwright, J. H., & Smith, D. (2022). The Application of a Living Shoreline Site Suitability Model to Biloxi Bay, Mississippi, USA. Mississippi State University: Geosystems Research Institute. [Document]