Kenya Rangeland Ecological Monitoring Unit (KREMU) GIS System and Database Design
CLIENT: Kenya Rangeland Ecological Monitoring Unit (KREMU)
LOCATION: Nairobi, Kenya
Requirements assessment and design of a GIS system and implementation plan for a major government agency in Kenya. The project involved evaluation of ongoing ecological monitoring programs and the design of a GIS system and database to support the long term objectives of the organization. It also included the development of a pilot database to verify database design assumptions and to demonstrate the utility of the system.
Mr. Sorensen acted as both Senior Consultant and Project Manager on this project. He carried out a requirements analysis for several environmental monitoring programs and departments and compiled a system design and implementation plan. He led a technical team to compile, integrate and automate data from various sources.