James Bornemann is a geomatics analyst for the Southeast Regional Service Commission (SERSC) in New Brunswick. James has expertise in geomatics engineering (B.Sc.) and environmental sciences (M.Sc.) and is interested in developing novel applications of geospatial data for land-use planning and beyond. Before working in land planning, he was a researcher on topics broadly related to the understanding of human-environmental systems, including: climate change adaptation, sustainable forestry and watershed management. He is currently involved in a 3 year initiative to map inland flood risk and incorporate natural capital in land use planning in southeast New Brunswick.