SCGIS 2015 Scholar Webmaps                 (2015 main page)

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Here you will find results of the Scgis Web GIS training program, with live web maps and web apps created by the 2015 SCGIS Scholars as they completed their 3-weeks of conservation GIS training, culminating in a special 3-day course in online GIS and web publishing. Each of these webmaps and apps reflect the work and projects that each scholar is engaged in and will be speaking about at the SCGIS annual international conference in Monterey in late July, 2015. For more information on the conference, see the official SCGIS site. For more information on each scholar and their work, click on their name.

Be sure to see the World Storymap of SCGIS Scholars, all years: This is an ongoing projoect begun by Leslie Backus at the 2015 Web GIS training to create a master storymap of all years of SCGIS scholars with past and current information about their conservation GIS work .


Live Map Application created during the 2015 UC Davis-SCGIS Web GIS Training.
Ms Diana Marisol Paredes Olmedo, Wildlife Conservation Society, Ecuador
This Map has the information of the Yasuni Biosphere reserve, included the Yasuni National park, the Communities that lives there, the intangible zone (home of no contact people), and the actual layer of oil blocks, some of them are active and others in progress to be active. 


Live Map Application created during the 2015 UC Davis-SCGIS Web GIS Training.

Mr Nado , Wangchuck Centennial National Park, Bhutan

This map show the distribution of protected areas and biological corridors in Bhutan. Area in dark green shading is Wangchhuck Centennial National Park, the largest park in the country.

 


Live Map Application created during the 2015 UC Davis-SCGIS Web GIS Training
Ms Tatenda Noreen Muchopa, Painted Dog Research Trust, Zimbabwe

The map shows the route taken by Cochise, a painted dog collared in the Zambezi escapement in Mana Pools National Park, as he dispersed from the pack. Unfortunately he migrated to Mozambique to an unprotected area and he was caught in a wire snare. He succumbed to his wounds and dies but we were able to track his collar as it continued to transmit even after he had died. His remains were found with the collar and the wire snare.

 

Live Map Application created by Ms. Khatieb during the 2015 UC Davis-SCGIS Web GIS Training Program.
Ms Sediqa Khatieb South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI)
I"I created a rather simple story map to give future SCGIS scholars an idea of what the scholarship programme is really like. It isn't all work. We occasionally to have the opportunity to explore our surrounds. "

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Map Application screenshot of storymap created by Mr Fulton during the 2015 UC Davis-SCGIS Web GIS Training
Mr Stuart Roger Fulton, Comunidad y Biodiversidad A.C, Mexico

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Live Map Application created by Mr. Battsengell during the 2015 UC Davis-SCGIS Web GIS Training Program.
Mr Tsogtsaikhan Battsengel,The Nature Conservancy, Mongolia
This map shows conflict between Conservation portfolio sites identified by TNC Mongolia program and some human impacts. Background raster data is livestock density based on herders household location. 

Live Map Application created by Ms. Iezzi during the 2015 UC Davis-SCGIS Web GIS Training Program.
Ms María Eugenia Iezzi, CeIBA/CONICET, Argentina
"My map shows the medium to large sized mammals richness (number of species) per station calculated with rarefaction curves, in three different landscape components of the North of Misiones Province, Argentina. Each station consisted in one camera-trap that was active for 53 days in average."



Live Map Application created during the 2015 UC Davis-SCGIS Web GIS Training.

Dr Virginia Alonso Roldán, Centro Nacional Patagónico (CENPAT), Argentina
Storymap of Sites within Peninsula Valdes where visitors can see mara (Dolichotis patagonum) (This webmap will have additional changes over the next few days.)

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Live Map Application created during the 2015 UC Davis-SCGIS Web GIS Training.
Ms Ernawati Apriani, WWF Indonesia

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Live Map Application created during the 2015 UC Davis-SCGIS Web GIS Training.
Dr. David Squarre, Zambia Wildlife Authority, Zambia

The map shows the spatial distribution of anthrax mortalities of wildlife population and the hot spot. It also demonstrate the public health threat and risk to the nearby villages and communities.

 

Live Map Application created during the 2015 UC Davis-SCGIS Web GIS Training.
Mr Zo Andriamahenina Tsino Heritiana, Blue Ventures Conservation, Madagascar

This map explaisn and shows the mangroves  management  plan in our project areas but also I've put the deforestation analysis map to show to public the rate of the deforestation  of 14 years now. This mangrove management plan is from the result of participatory mapping within the deforestation analysis ; which mean we combined both of the result ( participatory mapping and deforestation analysis) for the decision maker in order to update a new management plan.


Live Map Application created during the 2015 UC Davis-SCGIS Web GIS Training.
Ms Angela Tarimy, Finnish Assn for Nature Cons. Manondroala proj, Madagascar

Here is the map of Forest restoration of Andasibe Madagascar within the project Manondroala, a Cooperation between the Association Mitsinjo and the Finnish Association for Nature Conservation. The goal is to support community-based forest restoration in Madagascar.

 

Live Map Application created during the 2015 UC Davis-SCGIS Web GIS Training.
Mr Peter Limbu, The Nature Conservancy Africa, Tanzania
This describes fisheries no take zone designated and protected by fisheries communities under the facilitation of Tuungane - The Nature Conservancy Project in Lake Tanganyika.


Live Map Application created by Mr. Okeke during the 2015 UC Davis-SCGIS Web GIS Training Program.
Mr Francis Okeke, Wildlife Conservation Society, Nigeria

LINK TO MAP APPLICATION

 

 


 

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compilation : Charles Convis, ESRI Conservation Program, May 2007 & 2016
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