Ochiroo is the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Mongolia Program's Remote sensing and GIS specialist. He is a graduate of the National University of Mongolia where he majored in meteorological engineering (especially satellite meteorology) and completed a Masters course in Remote Sensing/GIS at the Laboratory for Remote Sensing/GIS of NUM-ITC-UNESCO. Recently, he is studied in Master of Sustainability in the University of Adelaide, South Australia between 2012-2014. Also, He is a member of the board in the Mongolian Geospatial Assoication, NGO. Ochiroo came to the WCS Mongolia Program in 2006 after spending 5 years working as a remote sensing specialist for the Mongolian Information and Computing Center where he processed NOAA, SeaSTAR and MODIS satellite data to monitor snow and dust storms across the region. He also spent a short time with a Canadian-Mongolian mining company, QGX Mongol LLC. Ochiroo manages and maintains our large Eastern Steppe GIS database, builds biological models of the landscape species residing in the Eastern Steppe, and works on conservation landscapes. His research interests include image processing, spatial analysis and modeling, environmental monitoring, and digital earth and space studies. He has published research studies in journals and proceedings.