James Cajka has 30 years of experience as a spatial data scientist focusing on geographic information systems (GIS). He specializes in developing automated mapping applications, modeling pollutants for human and environmental risk analysis, and creating geographic data for mobile surveys. He has worked on the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (DHHS), the secondary national ambient air quality standards review for nitrogen and sulfur (EPA), and international household surveys.
James' current research interests include creating and adopting remotely captured data especially those derived from satellites and drones. Other interests include climate change impacts on human and environmental health, environmental and climate justice, economics, and agriculture.