Jordan Pinder | EMODnet OPEN SEA LAB

Jordan Pinder is a marine mapping scientist involved in the EMODnet Seabed Habitats initiative, which collates and creates data and data products about European seabed habitats, making them freely available online. He works for the Joint Nature Conservation Committee in the UK, focusing on the production of UK-wide marine habitat data products, streamlining marine data dissemination and interpreting seabed survey data. This fits his interests well as it allows him to be nerdy, work with data and help understand our benthic habitats.   

Expertises and interests

  • Data management, GeoServer, OGC services, SQL, GIS, R, Python
  • Knowledge of seabed habitats, habitat classification systems and influencing variables

Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC)

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