Madison Most received her B.A. in Environmental Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz and her M.A. in Geography from California State University Northridge. Her thesis, completed in 2015, utilized GIS and spatial statistics to analyze exotic vegetation cover in a densely-populated region of southern California. As Ecological Data Specialist, Madison manages data and maintains relational databases for the Nevada AIM program, where her cartographic expertise in mapping and publishing technologies is well applied. Her duties also include providing technical assistance to field crews, conducting quality control checks, and maintaining communication with BLM personnel in order to ensure compliance with AIM protocol. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, camping, climbing, running, and art.