Sarah DeLand

Duke University Nicholas School of the Environment

Sarah DeLand earned an MEM degree in Coastal Environmental Management and a certificate in Geospatial Analysis at Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment. She is interested in using geospatial techniques to inform decision-making and spatial planning for coastal and marine resource management. As a research associate with the Marine Geospatial Ecology Lab, Sarah has been involved in several projects surrounding spatial planning and the high seas, including the MiCO initiative, the UN CBD EBSA process, and the development of REMPs for deep-sea mining with the ISA.