The following projects are currently being conducted in the Spatial Analysis Lab at the National Zoo's Conservation and Research Center in Front Royal, Virginia:
A regional conservation assessment for this endangered species and a study of the wild elephants in protected ranges of Myanmar.
Mapping the extent of the calving, summer, and winter grounds of the Mongolian gazelle.
An assessment of the world's forest decline and protection across three major biomes-tropical, boreal, and temperate.
A comprehensive study using high-resolution satellite imagery to map current landcover and deforestation patterns.
A project designed to provide teachers with the skills and tools needed to teach the scientific principles of biodiversity monitoring.