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Graham Seacat

Graham Seacat

Research Statistician

Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP)

I am passionate about using statistics to find relationships within the data and using those to answer questions. My main duty is to provide statistical support to the Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP) modeling team lead by Dr. Lee Norfleet of the United States Department of Agriculture – National Resources Conservation Service (USDA-NRCS). The statistical support I provides comes in the form of implementing statistical theory and methods to build models for forecasting and estimation, as well as creating data visualizations.

Undergraduate Education

B.S. Statistics, Kansas State University

Graduate Education

M.S. Statistical Science, Baylor University