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Lee Zeman

Programmer / Analyst

Lee Zeman is a Hydrologic Programmer/Analyst with the Computational Support Group at the Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium, working under the British Columbia Salmon Restoration and Innovation Fund. His main focus is developing web tools to enable exploration and analysis of climate data. Lee has an A.Arts. in New Media with a specialization in Computer Animation and a B.Sc. in Computer Science. Prior to joining PCIC, Lee worked as a consultant developing scientific visualizations, and was previously Lab Manager of the Scientific Database Lab at the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. Lee's work has supported scientific research in ecology, forestry, and medical imaging, and he is passionate about the use of visualization as a means to support the practical application of scientific research, interdisciplinary collaboration, and science communication. He also enjoys creating cut paper art and arguing with his chickens.