Caleb-Meyer

Caleb-Meyer

Caleb-Meyer

Caleb Meyer, a senior Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management (RPTM) student, was the social science and geology and graphic information systems intern (GIS) at Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming from May to September, as part of his required coursework for the RPTM major in the College of Health and Human Development. Meyer was responsible for a visitor use project at Huckleberry Hot Springs, a unique thermal area on the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway between Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. He mapped and took water quality information on the more than 100 thermal vents in the Huckleberry Hot Springs. Meyer utilized ArcCollector, a GIS data collection application to record water quality information on the thermal vents.

IMAGE: Caleb Meyer