Jeremiah Asher is the Assistant Director at the Institute of Water Research and has an extensive background in geographic information systems (GIS), project management, decision support system development, and natural resource management. His research focus is on web/GIS application development, and he is the chief architect and designer of the nationally awarded North Carolina Ecosystem Enhancement Program for Pasquotank Watershed and nationally awarded Water Withdrawal Assessment Tool interface for the State of Michigan. His most recent activities and research are focused on developing sensors for managing water, groundwater credit trading, and edge of field and floating wetland research.
AgBioResearch scientist develops tools to inform water conservation strategies
Published on August 9, 2023
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