Dónal Neville is a BSc qualified Geologist, and an MSc qualified Hydrogeologist, with over 8 years’ experience in Global Positioning Systems (GPS), Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Python programming, Remote Sensing, working on geological, hydrological, hydrogeological, planning / hazard / risk assessments, and land cover / use projects.
Experiences to date includes the development of complex numerical models for the analysis of water resource management strategies, environmental and water resources management, hazard, and risk analysis. His qualifications encompass GIS analysis of remote sensing derivative products (including Landsat, Sentinel, UAV, LiDAR), geological, hydrological, hydrogeological, geomorphological GIS-based natural hazard mapping and risk analysis, numerical modelling, and optimisation. He has worked on projects in Australia, Comoros, Ireland, Grenada, Jamaica, Palau, Saint Lucia, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States of America, and Samoa.
Dónal has expertise in all phases of hydrogeological and GIS project management, technical reviews, quality control, and reporting. He possesses expert-level knowledge of spatial analysis using GIS technologies, computer programming and scripting (Python & VBA) for automated processing, analysis, and visualisation of large datasets.
BSc Geology, University of College Cork, Ireland
MSc Hydrogeology, University of Birmingham, England
- Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
- Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
- Python programming
- Remote sensing
- Geology, hydrology, hydrogeology
- Planning/hazard/risk assessments
- Land cover use projects
- Technical reviews
- Quality control
- Spatial analysis using GIS technologies, computer programming and scripting (Python & VA)
- Project Management
- Machine learning
- International Development