Karen Klinger

GIS Analyst

Keller Science Action Center
Science Focus

      Karen Klinger is a GIS Specialist with the Field Museum's Keller Science Action Center. Her work at the Field Museum involves developing a geospatial database and conducting research to examine monarch butterfly habitat in metropolitan areas and along right-of-ways.

      Karen has a B.S. in Wildlife Biology and an M.S. in GIS. She previously worked at a natural and cultural resources consulting company where her ranged from facilitating habitat assessments and cultural resource inventories to evaluating potential impacts to environmental, historical, and archaeological resources from planned transportation, utility, and development projects.

      Education and Work

      Karen received her B.S. in Wildlife Biology from the University of Vermont in 2008 and her M.S. in Geographic Information Systems from the University of Redlands in 2010.