Hello and welcome to Jhanek.com!

Here you will find an assortment of projects I’ve worked on as well as things that I enjoy.

Please contact me if you think there is someway I could help you.

About Jhanek Szypulski

I received my¬†Masters in Cultural and Environmental Resource Management from Central Washington University in 2018. I hold a Bachelor of Science degree from Montana State University in GIS and Urban Planning. I am employed as the Environmental GIS Analyst with Point No Point Treaty Council in Poulsbo, Washington, and I serve on the Board of Directors for Sound Action (soundaction.org). I am human to an Amazing Dane, James Henry “Harrison” IV.

I am fascinated by the natural and anthropogenic processes that have shaped our world. It is my long term goal to assist in the recovery of the Southern Resident Killer Whales.


Ecological Effects of Overwater Structures on Subtidal Kelp, Northern Puget Sound, WA

Soil Sampling Site Location Project

Historic Puget Sound Coastal Fort Siting Study

Using Python scripting and batch processing, I automated processes for adding new areas to Dr. Sterling Quinn’s Crowd Lens for OpenStreetMap

Examples of custom concrete design projects I’ve created.

Bicycle Recycle Prep Poster that I created for the Bozeman Bike Kitchen.

A write-up on the bike donation program I co-founded at CWU.

Master’s Thesis Poster for Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, 2018 (pdf of image below)


Sunset over the Pyramids; Giza.
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The Astronomical Clock; Prague.
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The White Desert; Egypt
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Bath time for goats; Bahrain Oasis.
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I may or may not be in this picture; Angkor Wat.
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Firedancer; Wroclav.
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Man on a train; Warsaw.
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My hammock gives great advice; Honolulu.
View from the best dinner I’ve ever eaten; Canazei.
The 12 Apostles; Great Ocean Road.
The Mackaness Dock; John’s Island.
On The Ladybug; Brevard.
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I am human to this doggo, Harrison; Toppenish.
He’s much bigger now; Kirkham Hot Springs.