Lynn MoormanRoyal Canadian Geographical Society
About Lynn Moorman
Lynn Moorman is a Governor of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society and the post-secondary representative on the Canadian Geographic Education committee, working to improve geoliteracy and support teaching and learning of geography and geographic skills across the country. She is an Associate Professor at Mount Royal University in Calgary in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, where she conducts research on spatial thinking and teaches about landscapes, spatial analysis, and geotechnologies—including earth observation, GPS, and mapping (Digital Earth and GIS). Lynn’s love of geography have been the catalyst for her travels and work opportunities around the world. Her field work experience encompasses a wide range of topics and regions, from interpreting glaciated landscapes in the Arctic, to investigating erosion on the hills in northern Vietnam. She loves to explore, both on foot and through the eyes of technology, and can think of no better way of learning about these coastal environments than being out there in the Zodiac!