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Tim St. Onge

Tim St. Onge is a Cartographer and GIS analyst in the Geography and Map Division. As a member of the Congressional Cartography Program, Tim conducts geospatial analysis and creates maps for congressional Members and staff, Geography and Map Division colleagues, and researchers across the Library of Congress. Additionally, Tim is involved in GIS technology research, geospatial data preservation, and database management projects. Before arriving at the Library of Congress in July 2015, Tim earned a Bachelor’s degree in Geography and a GIS Certificate from the University of Mary Washington, as well as a Master’s degree in Geographic Information Science for Development and Environment from Clark University. He has further developed years of expertise in GIS through positions in federal government, local government, and the private sector. Common areas of focus in Tim’s research include spatial analysis concepts, emerging geospatial technologies and the use of GIS to understand and address persistent urban problems such as crime, poverty, and residential segregation.

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