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Brandon is an Environmental Data Scientist with Manaaki Whenua -- Landcare Research [https://www.landcareresearch.co.nz/].  His current work is focused on building vocabularies and semantic models striving to reflect domain knowledge of soil scientists as well as New Zealand land use and landcover categories and processes. He is passionate about capturing and applying rich Earth and Environmental domain models for machine aided reasoning and discovery, and feels oddly compelled to increase the utility of the SWEET ontology [https://sweetontology.net].
 
Brandon is an Environmental Data Scientist with Manaaki Whenua -- Landcare Research [https://www.landcareresearch.co.nz/].  His current work is focused on building vocabularies and semantic models striving to reflect domain knowledge of soil scientists as well as New Zealand land use and landcover categories and processes. He is passionate about capturing and applying rich Earth and Environmental domain models for machine aided reasoning and discovery, and feels oddly compelled to increase the utility of the SWEET ontology [https://sweetontology.net].
  
 
Ontolog presentation:
 
Ontolog presentation:
 
* "An overview of semantic models in the geosciences: what do we have and where are we going?"  - [[ConferenceCall_2016_02_25]]
 
* "An overview of semantic models in the geosciences: what do we have and where are we going?"  - [[ConferenceCall_2016_02_25]]

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[edit] Brandon Whitehead    (1)

Brandon is an Environmental Data Scientist with Manaaki Whenua -- Landcare Research [1]. His current work is focused on building vocabularies and semantic models striving to reflect domain knowledge of soil scientists as well as New Zealand land use and landcover categories and processes. He is passionate about capturing and applying rich Earth and Environmental domain models for machine aided reasoning and discovery, and feels oddly compelled to increase the utility of the SWEET ontology [2].     (1A)

Ontolog presentation:     (1B)