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Hawaii Statewide GIS Program
Hawaii Statewide GIS Program
Hawaii Statewide GIS Program
Hawaii Statewide GIS Program
Hawaii Statewide GIS Program
Hawaii Statewide GIS Program
Hawaii Statewide GIS Program
Hawaii Statewide GIS Program
Hawaii Statewide GIS Program
Hawaii Statewide GIS Program
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Hawaii Statewide GIS Program

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Data Discovery Day …

Data Discovery Day
03/06/2008
Craig Tasaka
State of Hawaii, DBEDT
Office of Planning

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  • 1. Discover Geospatial Data State of Hawaii
  • 2. State GIS Website • 150 Data Layers • Updating as time and staffing allow • Agencies contributing new data layers • Counties have been sharing layers which are re-projected to UTM NAD 83 • IMS Application
  • 3. www.hawaii.gov/dbedt/giswww.hawaii.gov/dbedt/gis
  • 4. LiDAR Acquisitions • Oahu: Kakaako, Turtle Bay area and Dillingham Airfield • Hawaii: Kilauea Crater, Kona, Waimea • Lanai: Entire Island • Maui: Kihei area
  • 5. LiDAR-Lanai
  • 6. Imagery • Began filling in gaps in the DOQQ coverage using DigitalGlobe satellite imagery • NRCS has taken over this effort
  • 7. Impervious Surface Data • Initial product produced to carry out the C-CAP analysis • Oahu and Maui Impervious and C-CAP being done by NOAA • Kauai and Niihau have been reviewed and accepted
  • 8. Impervious Surface Data • Molokai, Lanai and Kahoolawe reviewed and accepted; metadata still needs to be developed • Hawaii soon to be released for review
  • 9. Impervious Surface-Lihue, Kauai
  • 10. Contact Information • Craig Tasaka: 587-2894, ctasaka@dbedt.hawaii.gov • Joan Delos Santos: 587-2895, jdelos_santos@dbedt.hawaii.gov • Dennis Kim: 587-2896, dkim@dbedt.hawaii.gov

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