Tony O'Dempsey, a.k.a. Uncle Tony has been working in the GIS industry in Singapore for the past 18 years. He has been roaming the forests of Australia and Singapore virtually all his life and is a keen amateur naturalist with special interest in the Freshwater Swamp Forest habitat as well as the Ecological History of Singapore. On 16 October 2011, Uncle Tony presented a paper on the status of the Freshwater Swamp Forests of the Sungei Seletar Catchment, at a conference organised by the Nature Society (Singapore).
Armed with a Bachelor Applied Science - Surveying from Queensland University of Technology, Uncle Tony likes to apply his GIS and cartography skills to the various conservation projects he works on and is always ready to help students with their projects.
Uncle Tony is also the author of www.florasingapura.com—a website resource providing pictorial documentation of some of the native flora of Singapore.
Uncle Tony can be reached at his email: firstname.lastname@example.org