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Kenny DeMeurichy

Job Title: Terrestrial Laser Scanning Analyst & Research Technician
Primary Affiliation: Department of Watershed Sciences
Secondary Affiliation: Ecogeomorphology & Topographic Analysis Lab

Utah State University
Watershed Sciences Department
5210 Old Main Hill, NR 210
Logan UT 84322-5210

Office:  JQL 147
Office Phone: 435-554-8492

Staff Profile


  • 2004 BS. Geomatics  Engineering. California State University, Fresno


Kenny DeMeurichy, is a Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS) Analyst & Research Technician for the ET-AL at Utah State University. Kenny earned a degree in Geomatics Engineering from California State University, Fresno in 2004 and over ten years of professional surveying experience, including three years in terrestrial laser scanning. Kenny runs TLS (also known as ground-based LiDaR) and surveying field campaigns for the ET-AL. Kenny is also instrumental in providing training to USU students, workshop participants, and help supports the Columbia Habitat Monitoring Program.


CHaMP Surveying Protocol
CHaMP Surveying Instructor
CHaMP Total Station Data Analysis Developer
CHaMP Multiple Survey Technology Data Integration
Bridge Creek IMW Surveying Coordinator
Bridge Creek IMW GIS Data Analysis
2014 Bridge Creek IMW Ice Breaker!
GCD development team member
ETAL and FHC Lab Support
Archaeology, Sand Cliffs Signature Documentation, TLS

Scholarly Contributions


  •  Jonathan M. Peart, Sara C. Shults, Kenneth P. Cannon, Kenny DeMeurichy,  Molly Beka Cannon. Using 3D Laser Scanning Technology to Document the Sand Cliff Signatures Site Historic Inscriptions, Iron County, Utah. Utah Archaeology, 2013.