Mr. James Erjavec

M.S. in geology at The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.B.S. in geology at The Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio. Geologist and Computer/Geographic Information System (GIS) Analyst with over 22 years experience in those fields. Currently working as an environmental geologist and GIS analyst in the characterization, remediation and restoration of the Fernald Closure Project, a DOE Superfund Site in southwestern Ohio. A specialist in geologic interpretation, mapping, and computer graphics, he used Viking images to develop a detailed CAD geomorphic feature map of the Cydonia region in 1994. This map was used to establish a geologic baseline in support of continued analyses of anomalous Martian surface features. He has authored and co-authored several articles on Martian landforms, the Cydonia region and Martian geology.