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  • Bridging the gap between conservation practitioner and remote sensing science
    The rapid advancements in remote sensing technology offer a unique opportunity to address the increasing rates of ecosystem degradation and biodiversity loss. Although satellite data have been available for decades, and the use of remote sensing has been increasing, many barriers still exist to leveraging these data for the benefit ...
  • Understanding and Using Climate Adaptation Related Spatial Data in Regional Conservation Planning
    Climate-driven shifts in species and ecosystems are complicating efforts to conserve biodiversity at the landscape scale. Recognizing this challenge, agencies and non-governmental organizations are increasingly searching for tools and information that allow identification of areas that are key to enhancing resilience and adaptation potential of natural systems under climate change ...
  • Advancing Conservation with Data Basin
    Conservation Biology Institute (CBI) is presents a one-hour webinar for Wilburforce grantees to get familiar with the online data and information sharing platform, Data Basin (http://databasin.org). Data Basin was created by CBI to support science-driven conservation by providing free access to tools that empower collaboration and decision-making.  ...
  • SCGIS Webinar: Using drones to assist in plant conservation
    Full Title: SCGIS - Using drones to assist in plant conservation: Discovery, monitoring and sky-truthing predictive model The National Tropical Botanical Garden has been collecting rare plant data in Hawai`i for over 40 years. When this information is paired with GIS technology, predictive indices can be created. Resulting predictive models ...
  • SCGIS Webinar: Interactive Applications for Marine Conservation
    Ben demonstrates and elaborates on interactive applications for data-driven storytelling of marine biodiversity and exploration of tradeoffs with human activities in the ocean: •Routing. Route ships to minimize risk of striking a whale. •Siting. Minimize impacts of offshore wind to birds in space and whales in time. •Uses. Flag competing ...
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