Jason A. Tullis
(ARSC)-Arts & Sciences
Jason A. Tullis is a Professor of Geography in the Department of Geosciences and a member of the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies. He studied geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing, and botany with a BS (1999) at Brigham Young University and an MS (2001) and PhD (2003) at University of South Carolina. Dr. Tullis' research interests focus on remote sensing and GIS-assisted decision support for ecosystem services and on the application of provenance information in geographic problem solving. He teaches Enterprise and Multiuser GIS, Principles of Remote Sensing, Geospatial Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), and Remote Sensing of Natural Resources. Dr. Tullis is a contributor to Remote Sensing Handbook (CRC Press) and is a lead author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Sixth Assessment Report cycle. He served as the Associate Editor of GIScience and Remote Sensing and as a technical adviser to NASA, EPA, and USAID in support of SERVIR’s Mesoamerica, Eastern and Southern Africa, and Himalaya regions.
- Ph.D., University of South Carolina
- M.S., University of South Carolina
- B.S., Brigham Young University