Fei Meng received her Master's degree in Geographic Information Science for Development and Environment from Clark University (Worcester, MA, USA) in 2012. While at Clark, she was involved in several research projects that applied GIS to a wide range of environmental topics, particularly in land use and land cover (LULC) change and fresh produce accessibility. She presented on both topics at the Association of American Geographers (AAG) conferences in Washington, DC (2010) and Seattle, WA (2011), and recently published her research in the International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research. In addition, she has worked for several engineering and environmental organizations as a GIS and technical support specialist to produce GIS maps, organize and manage geospatial databases, and assist nontechnical users with GIS software issues. Her special interests involve applying GIS (including web-mapping), Remote Sensing, and statistics techniques into LULC, public health, sustainable development, and risk assessment.