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Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference 2012: Internet GIS - Watershed Dashboard

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  • 1. Watershed Dashboard &High-Resolution ImageryMarch 5, 2012 Theresa Menard Stephanie Tom GIS Specialist Info Manager
  • 2. What does TNC do?
  • 3. CONSERVE LANDS AND WATERSON WHICH ALL LIFE DEPENDS
  • 4. What are the threats?
  • 5. Fence construction & animal controlWeed Control
  • 6. Forest degradation Erosion & Runoff into Ocean
  • 7. Where Do We Work?The Nature Conservancy Preserves 40,000 acres
  • 8. Watershed Partnerships
  • 9. Where are we going?
  • 10. 10-yr Goal: To double protected area
  • 11. How do we scale up our efforts?Aerial Weed Mapping Aerial Weed Control Watershed Dashboard Remote Cameras Remote Trapping
  • 12. Conservation info in the hands of a few in different locations  Imagery  Weed locations, biodiversity, and land use (GIS)  Field camera pictures TNC TNC TNC Hawaii Molokai Maui TNC HonoluluTNC Kauai
  • 13. Public Private
  • 14. Public Private
  • 15. Dashboard Challenges • Getting data from areas lacking cell signal. • Arcgis.com webmap limitations • Poor performance on IE • Upload max 2MB or 1,000 features • Doesn’t allow downloading of zipped shp files from webmap • Building community of users • Long-term hosting of website
  • 16. The Imagery Story
  • 17. Helicopter-basedAerial Weed Mapping
  • 18. Australian Tree Fern Invasion
  • 19. • Ultra-high resolution image- based mapping• Weed detection over large areas
  • 20. Ikonos Imagery
  • 21. Resource Mapping’s ImageryThis iswhat thenewimagery ofthat spotlooks like!
  • 22. Very high resolution means…Scale: 1 to 300,000
  • 23. Scale: 1 to 200,000
  • 24. Scale: 1 to 100,000
  • 25. Scale: 1 to 50,000
  • 26. Scale: 1 to 10,000
  • 27. Scale: 1 to 5,000
  • 28. Scale: 1 to 1,000
  • 29. Scale: 1 to 100
  • 30. Image-based MonitoringBefore treatment After treatment
  • 31. Huge Imagery ArchiveKauai: 34,000 images Maui: 32,000 imagesMolokai: 24,000 images Hawaii: 27,000 images
  • 32. Imagery Challenges
  • 33. Data Storage Problem 8 TB Used Network Space5432 Used Space (TB)10 1-2cm Other GIS Shared PC Imagery Data Docs Backups
  • 34. How much more storage space will be required?2 cm resolution imagery 1 cm resolution imagery (2008 – 2010) (2012)
  • 35. Internet Access Problem Image Services - May Crash Your Computerhttp://hbmpweb.pbrc.hawaii.edu/arcgis/services
  • 36. Internet Access ProblemMapping Service: http://bit.ly/xzFvOd
  • 37. Mosaic Dataset Problem
  • 38. The New Bliss!
  • 39. PAU
  • 40. What’s next in conservation tech?  Weather cam  Fiberoptic fence monitoring system  Mobile data entry  Expanding cell signal into dead areas  Expanding GPS signal into deep valleys  Animal recognition software  Search and rescue dogs for navigating to weeds

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