Zachary Smith has earned his M.S. Environmental Science and Policy at USF and is pursuing his PhD in Geography and Environmental Science and Policy. He specializes in Geographic Information Science applications and ecological studies involving animal tracking data and worked as a scientist in environmental consulting performing Bald Eagle monitoring and Gopher Tortoise survey. Zachary has experience performing field work and research with zoos and aquariums by tracking and identifying dolphins in Sarasota and developing 3D-mapping methods of orangutans. He also comes from a background in Anthropology, having studied in the Laboratory for Bioarchaeological Sciences at UCF to earn his B.A. His interests are 3D modeling of bone matter, wildlife ecology, and spatial science.