Elise Mazur is a GIS Research Associate with the Land & Carbon Lab. She works on geospatial analyses and strategy for all land covers with a focus on agricultural landscapes. She also works on mapping natural ecosystems to monitor land cover/use conversion.

Prior to joining Land & Carbon Lab, Elise was an analyst on the Resource Watch making spatial data accessible to the general public, and on Energy Access Explorer creating spatial analyses of existing and potential energy supplies for decision-makers.

Elise holds an M.S. in Geography from Oregon State University and a B.S. in Geographic Science from James Madison University. Her focus and passions are in remote sensing, food systems and social justice.

Elise lives in Portland, Oregon where she can be found hiking in the cascades or reading in her hammock.