Portrait of Miles Logsdon


Miles Logsdon

Principal Lecturer Emeritus

Miles Logsdon looks for the spatial patterns that can arise from natural processes of our coastal environments. He is the Director of the Spatial Analysis Lab and the Ocean Technology Center in the School of Oceanography. His research and teaching activities focus on quantitative analysis of ecosystem pattern, and the applications of Geographic Information Science (GIS), Seafloor Mapping and the introduction of undergraduate students to design and development of ocean sensors. Most of his studies are based in the Pacific Northwest Region, and he has worked variously on the Puget Sound Regional Synthesis Model, the Puget Sound Marine Environmental Model, the Puget Sound Nearshore Ecosystem Restoration Project, and the Columbia River Basin Stream Habitat Remote Sensing project.