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2014 Ph.D., Land and Atmospheric Science; Geographic Information Science minor, University of Minnesota
M.S., Soil Science, The Pennsylvania State University
M.E.P.C., Environmental Pollution Control, The Pennsylvania State University
B.S., Horticultural Science, National Taiwan University
An-Min Wu, Ph.D., is a lecturer in the Spatial Sciences Institute, University of Southern California (USC).
Her teaching experience and research interests are in the integration of environmental sciences and geographic information science. In her Ph.D. dissertation research, she examined the effect of agricultural erosion and deposition to soil carbon in depressional landscapes of Minnesota. With advanced GIS technologies and associated software/languages such as ArcGIS, SAGA-GIS, Python, and R, she developed upslope terrain attributes to better predict the spatial redistribution of soil mass and soil organic carbon under this human disturbance.
She has worked as a GIS analyst, mapping engineer, and mapping project manager.
Dr. Wu is a member of the American Geophysical Union, the Association for Women Geoscientists, the California Geographic Information Association, and the Minnesota GIS/LIS Consortium.