James Bornemann, B.Sc. (Eng), M.Sc.
- Educational background in Geomatics (B.Sc.) and Environmental Science (M.Sc.)
- I currently work in land planning and apply geomatics solutions to day-to-day operations and collaborate on several projects related to: coastal and in-land climate change adaptation to flooding, planning considering natural assets, asset management and recreation planning
- I work with multiple large data sets (LiDAR, property, zoning, building permits, multi-spectral imagery and various other raster and vector layers) and analyze the spatial relationships for zoning, reports and maps (both web and print)
Masters of Science in Forestry. 2013. University of New Brunswick. Thesis title: Socioeconomic indicators of urban stream water quality in Fredericton, NB, Canada.
Diploma in University Teaching. 2009. University of New Brunswick.
Bachelors of Science in Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering. 2005. University of New Brunswick.
Southeast Regional Service Commission. Geomatics Analyst in land-use planning. 2012-present.
Mount Allison University. Social Science Technician and GIS research in climate change adaptation. 2010-2012.
University of New Brunswick. GIS research in watershed management, forestry and river ecology. 2004-2006.
New Brunswick Power, Transmission Services. Established new Geographic Information System. Summer of 2003.
University of Northern British Columbia. GIS research in wildlife and asset management. Summers of 1999, 2001 and 2002.
Bornemann, J., and T. Searls. 2018. Planning the blue zone – ready to implement. Prepared for the New Brunswick Environmental Trust Fund. Government of New Brunswick. Fredericton, NB.
Doiron, S., J. Bornemann and M. Jellett. 2017. Climate change adaptation, ecosystem services and flood risk reduction – planning and mapping the blue zone. Prepared for the New Brunswick Environmental Trust Fund. Government of New Brunswick. Fredericton, NB.
Bornemann, J. 2015. Climate change LiDAR mapping – coastal flood hazard mapping, community vulnerability assessments and sea-level rise by-laws in the southeast region of New Brunswick. Prepared for the New Brunswick Environmental Trust Fund. Government of New Brunswick. Fredericton, NB.
Lieske, D., J. Bornemann and K. Smith. 2013. LiDAR land cover mapping. Prepared for the New Brunswick Environmental Trust Fund. Government of New Brunswick. Fredericton, NB.
Lieske, D., and J. Bornemann. 2012. Coastal Dykelands in the Tantramar Area: Impacts of Climate Change on Dyke Erosion and Flood Risk. Prepared for the Atlantic Canada Adaptation Solutions Association.
Wilson, J., R. Trenholm, J. Bornemann and D. Lieske. 2012. Forecasting Economic Damages from Storm Surge Flooding: A Case Study in the Tantramar Region of New Brunswick. Prepared for the Atlantic Canada Adaptation Solutions Association.
Bousada, G., B.J. Mood, G. Kershaw, J. Bornemann, and C.P. Laroque. 2010. Raster volume loss analysis of Saskatchewan Glacier, Banff National Park, Canada. Mount Allison University, MAD Lab Report.
Bornemann, J. Mapping natural assets in Southeast New Brunswick. 43rd Annual Canadian Cartographic Association Conference. Lawrencetown, NS. June 2, 2018.
Bornemann, J. In-land Flood Risk Mapping – Challenges & Opportunities. Annual Conference of the New Brunswick Climate Change Adaptation Collaborative. Miramichi, NB. March 26, 2018.
Bornemann, J. Mapping and Assessing Flood Risk. Smart Shift Summit. Moncton, NB. March 27, 2017.
Doiron, S., J. Bornemann and M. Jellett. Blue zone: using land-use planning to respond to flood risk. Smart Shift Summit. Moncton, NB. March 28, 2017.
Bornemann, J. Mapping inland flood risk and natural capital towards community resiliency in southeast New Brunswick. Atlantic Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers. Sackville, NB. November 4-6, 2016.
Bornemann, J. Identification of land use conflicts to create policy for sustainable development in southeast New Brunswick. Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. Saint Catharines, ON. May 26-30, 2014.
Bornemann, J. Socioeconomic indicators of urban stream water quality in Fredericton, NB, Canada. Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. Saint John’s, NL. August 11-15, 2013.
Salt marsh restoration and monitoring, various sites in New Brunswick. Mount Allison University, University of New Brunswick and Ducks Unlimited. 2010-present. Related academic report.
Tantramar Climate Change Collaborative. Member. 2012-present.
Maritime Natural Infrastructure Collaborative. Steering Committee. 2015-present.
Chignecto Watersheds Committee. Member. 2017-present.
Municipal Natural Assets Initiative. Local project lead in Southeast New Brunswick cohort #2 pilot region. Various local and Canada wide-partners. 2017-present.
Dobson Trail Guide Map. 2018.