Tyler A. Erickson is a senior developer advocate at Google, where he fosters collaborations with researchers from academia, NGOs, and governmental organizations seeking to capitalize on Earth Engine’s capabilities for geospatial analyses that involve immense satellite and model-based datasets. Tyler leads the development of Earth Engine’s core efforts in water and climate, guides the evolution of Earth Engine to support these scientific domains, and leads support efforts for the Earth Engine Python API. A snow hydrologist by training, he holds degrees in civil and environmental engineering and geography from Colorado State University, CalTech, Stanford, and the University of Colorado at Boulder. Tyler is a longtime Python programmer, with contributions to the Open Source Geospatial (OSGeo) Foundation and the Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial (FOSS4G) conferences.
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