Justinn J. Jones is a Graduate Research Assistant in the LASERS Lab in the Ecology and Conservation Biology department at Texas A&M University. His current lab projects focus on collecting / processing lidar data from various sources, including mobile (e.g., GeoSLAM), airborne (e.g., USGS 3DEP), and spaceborne (e.g., ICESat-2) platforms for mapping, modeling, and monitoring vegetation height and growth. His thesis work uses aerial and mobile lidar with high-resolution imagery to estimate biophysical parameters of urban trees.
Mr. Jones is active with the ECCB Graduate Student Association, is a founding member of the ECCB Student Ambassador Organization, is the secretary and graduate student representative for the TAMU Society of American Foresters, is a member of the Gamma Sigma Delta Agriculture Honor Society, and plans to start the TAMU ASPRS Student Chapter.
Off campus, Mr. Jones with very active with St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, is a member of the Bryan Rotary Club, is a past-president of The Rotary Club of Kingsville, is a former Lieutenant Governor of Rotary International District 5930, is a current Assistant Governor of Rotary International District 5910, and is faculty with the Lone Star Division Rotary Leadership Institute.
Professionally, Mr. Jones is a member of ASPRS, ISPRS, Society of American Foresters, Texas Forestry Association, and the South Central Arc Users Group.