PEREC is one of the key components of George Mason University’s new Potomac Science Center. PEREC focuses on Potomac River restoration and local sustainability practices, so that the local ecosystem will be healthy for years to come. Research is translated into award-winning and engaging field programs for K-12 students and the larger community.
PEREC is an interdisciplinary collection of scientists at George Mason University. Expertise includes chemistry, ecology, geology, environmental science, and education. PEREC faculty participate in a variety of research and community outreach programs.
Our mission is to to utilize the tools of scientific research, restoration, education, and policy analysis to help society understand and sustain natural processes in ecosystems, watersheds, and landscapes.
For more information on the Potomac Environmental Research and Education Center (PEREC), visit the website.
Geospatial intelligence refers to the collection, organization, analysis, and dissemination of information on the position and complementary attributes of physical features, man-made structures, moving objects, people, events, and activities. It covers a wide range of diverse applications, ranging from environmental monitoring and emergency response to social media analytics, intelligent vehicle navigation, and surveillance.
The Center for Geospatial Intelligence (CGEOINT) at George Mason University is conducting, supporting, and coordinating research, teaching, technology transfer, and outreach activities in geospatial intelligence. With strong expertise in geoinformatics, ranging from remote sensing and geographic information science to digital image analysis and sensor networks, and a very strong portfolio on open-source content analysis (with an emphasis on social media analytics), CGEOINT is uniquely positioned, both academically and geographically, to become an academic leader in the rapidly growing field of Geospatial Intelligence. For more information, visit the website.