Amanda Anderson

Geospatial Specialist (979) 862-1293

Amanda (Dube) Anderson is a geospatial specialist for the Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute and Texas Water Resources Institute.

Amanda focuses on using geospatial technology to study and solve natural resource management issues. She works with researchers to acquire, develop, analyze and manage geospatial data for various institute projects and programs. She is particularly interested in identifying land cover change and suitable wildlife habitat using remote sensing analysis. Amanda also oversees large format printing services offered by the lab.

Amanda joined NRI as a student technician in 2007.

She received a bachelor’s degree in 2009 and master’s degree in 2014, both in wildlife and fisheries sciences and a graduate certificate in GIS from Texas A&M University.

Raised in rural Fedor, Texas, Amanda hopes her work contributes to responsible natural resource management on private lands in the state and beyond. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, fishing, hunting and attending Aggie sporting events with her husband.