A WEB-BASED, FEDERATED,
          WEB-       FEDERATED,
MARINE USE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
FOR SMALL COMMUNITIES



 Charles Bur...
1. Referrals: a catch all term for engagement
          between BC First Nations and government
          (consultation/ a...
Band Chief Councillor:      Referrals Manager:          School Teacher:
       “I need CED            “I need a pay-per-  ...
Information Flow   1. Proponents/government enter proposal (referrals) data
                   2. Proponents/government ma...
5
6
PRJ      Proponent/government uploads
                         Shapefile

     Reports
Federated CIS
                     ...
1. Local Knowledge stays securely in the community
          2. Up-to-date and detailed base map layers come
             ...
Plugs
 Workshop: “Mapping for Health Research”
 Monday 15 March 2010 in Port Hardy with
 Fiona Lawson, VIHA
     http://ma...
10
       Now to the ...Demo!
                                Slides PDF Available:
       http://www.slideshare.net/cnbur...
A Web-Based, Federated, Marine Use Management System for Small Communities
A Web-Based, Federated, Marine Use Management System for Small Communities
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Burnett, C., D. Cardinall, R. Canessa, C. Outhet, and P. Hayes. 2010. A Web-Based, Federated, Marine Use Management System for Small Communities, Presented at the 1st Barkley Sound Knowledge Symposium, Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre, 9-11 February 2010. More information available at http://www.westcoastaquatic.ca/barkleysymposium/

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  • Wawa = Chinook Jargon: KlosheKonaway!, SkookumKlosheKonaway - Hello everybody! (lit. Good to all)Chinook Jargon is a trade language that was used extensively in the nineteenth century and first part of the twentieth century for communication between Europeans and First Nations people in much of the Pacific Northwest, including British Columbia. Chinook Jargon should not be confused with Chinook, which is the native language, now extinct, of the Chinook people, whose traditional territory is around the lower reaches of the Columbia River, near Portland, Oregon. Although many Chinook Jargon words come from Chinook, the real Chinook language is quite different from Chinook Jargon. Chinook Jargon is a language with a simplified grammar that draws its vocabulary from several languages. The largest parts of its vocabulary come from Chinook and Nuuchanuulth, followed by French. It also contains words from other native languages and from English. Some Chinook Jargon words have made their way into British Columbia English. An example is saltchuck "ocean".http://www.ydli.org/bcother/chinook.htm
  • A Web-Based, Federated, Marine Use Management System for Small Communities

    1. 1. A WEB-BASED, FEDERATED, WEB- FEDERATED, MARINE USE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR SMALL COMMUNITIES Charles Burnett1,3, Dan Cardinall2, Rosaline Canessa3, Craig Outhet4, Patrick Hayes1 [1]Geomemes, [2]Coastal First Nations, [1]Geomemes, 53° 25 27.85" N 129° 15' 02" W Hartley Bay, Gitga’at First Nation Territory [3]UVic CORAL and [4]NCSFNSS [3]UVic http://www.panoramio.com/photo/1335165
    2. 2. 1. Referrals: a catch all term for engagement between BC First Nations and government (consultation/ accommodation) 2. e-Referrals: emailed PDFs… database access? 3. Consultation Protocols: being signed… Wawa 4. Local Knowledge: TEK, TUS, Arch, Toponyms, L/MUP Zones & Policies, CED, photos, m-media,… 5. GeoBC: BC Government storehouse and server for spatial data 6. Federated: connected system of equals, e.g. servers 7. CMS: Content Management System 8. Drupal: A versatile web-based CMS 9. WFS: Web Feature Service – an Open Geospatial Consortium map layer sharing standard 10.CIS: Community Information System
    3. 3. Band Chief Councillor: Referrals Manager: School Teacher: “I need CED “I need a pay-per- “I need access to Fisheries Officer: (“referrals”) reports consultation system the maps and “I need a 3 with summary, maps, and to track staff multimedia files to (spatialized) analysis, communications time spent on each teach our culture.” system to record highlights.” proposal/project.” environmental data.” Teenager: “I want to access to Cultural Expert: GIS Technician: some community data, “I need a better way CED Staffer: “I’m swamped and calendars, blogs, job of doing interviews “I need a better way to need help, but we lists and our elections and for digitizing our track consultation. Data have no $$ for information.” TUS/TEK/Arch data.” entry tasks are rotten!” training.”
    4. 4. Information Flow 1. Proponents/government enter proposal (referrals) data 2. Proponents/government map proposal (web-map or Shapefile upload), …submits 3. System send email with account information (Proponent may edit) 4. Local manager reviews “information package”, …requests more information, system sends email 5. Proponent edits proposal form, …re-submits 6. Local manager reviews and accepts data and sends form letter: “12 business days” 7. Local manager generates report… 1. System asks other systems for map data 2. Runs queries against internal and external data 3. Generates maps and tables 8. Local manager emails report to decision-makers X. Proposal moves towards “active engagement” (consultation) System harvests/stores emails
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    7. 7. PRJ Proponent/government uploads Shapefile Reports Federated CIS System calculates bounding box and sends for data layers Gets vector data and attributes from GeoBC, CORAL (e.g. Oil Spill Dataset), NCSFNSS Gets vector data and attributes from local layers (Arch, TUS) Many spatial queries Report = maps and tables
    8. 8. 1. Local Knowledge stays securely in the community 2. Up-to-date and detailed base map layers come from outside sources Summary 3. Basic reports generated automatically 4. Map layers available to community’s full GIS 5. CIS created using Linux, Drupal, Open Layers, PostGIS, etc. (key = open standards) Future… 1. What are the key spatial datasets for marine planning? 2. …for day-to-day marine (co-)management? 3. GeoBC ready for WFS and DB access? 4. Live data feeds… Field staff uploads…
    9. 9. Plugs Workshop: “Mapping for Health Research” Monday 15 March 2010 in Port Hardy with Fiona Lawson, VIHA http://mapping4health.eventbrite.com/ Workshop: “Drupal & Mapping” ICT Summit Also: Referrals systems comparison http://www.ictsummit.ca/ Coastal Guardian Watchmen Network http://www.coastalguardianwatchmen.ca/
    10. 10. 10 Now to the ...Demo! Slides PDF Available: http://www.slideshare.net/cnburnett/a-webbased- federated-marine-use-management-system-for-small- communities www.geomemes.com (rhymes with “geo themes”) Presented 10 February 2010 at the 1st Barkley Sound Knowledge Symposium

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