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Information Systems & Services Update
Scott Blum
December 7, 2015
Braden Burkholder Martin Miller
Karen Coleman
Dave Ratz
...
Montana Field Guide
Use Patterns
Country
City
Browser
Operating Systems Overall
Mobile Operating Systems
Acquisition
Search Engine
Top Species Landings
1. Kokanee Salmon
2. Spiders
3. Birds
4. Grizzly Bear
5. Prairie Rattlesnake
6. Gray Wolf
Top Landings
Species
Snapshot
Species Snapshot Filters
Geography Taxonomy Status
Custom PDF Field Guide
Species Snapshot Filters
Geography Taxonomy Status
• City (25 mile buffer)
• Important Bird Area
• Major Land Resource Are...
Future Field Guide Development
• Incorporate custom Field Guide generation
• Support species additions for unrepresented
s...
Environmental Review
Summary Tool
Natural Heritage Map Viewer
New Environmental Review Summary Tool
 Documented Species
 Potential Species
 Landcover
 Wetland
 Land Management
 Biological Reports
Print / Export
Excel...
Other Focal Efforts
• Complete migration to new server
• Format all MTNHP web pages for mobile access
• Automate filtering...
Information Systems and Services 2015 Update Montana Natural Heritage Program
Information Systems and Services 2015 Update Montana Natural Heritage Program
Information Systems and Services 2015 Update Montana Natural Heritage Program
Information Systems and Services 2015 Update Montana Natural Heritage Program
Information Systems and Services 2015 Update Montana Natural Heritage Program
Information Systems and Services 2015 Update Montana Natural Heritage Program
Information Systems and Services 2015 Update Montana Natural Heritage Program
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Information Systems and Services 2015 Update Montana Natural Heritage Program

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Presentation by Program Coordinator, Bryce Maxell, and Biological Data Systems Coordinator, Karen Coleman on Information Systems and Services updates in 2015 at the Montana Natural Heritage Program's annual partners meeting at Montana Wild in Helena Montana on December 7th, 2015.

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Information Systems and Services 2015 Update Montana Natural Heritage Program

  1. 1. Information Systems & Services Update Scott Blum December 7, 2015 Braden Burkholder Martin Miller Karen Coleman Dave Ratz mtnhp.org
  2. 2. Montana Field Guide Use Patterns
  3. 3. Country
  4. 4. City
  5. 5. Browser
  6. 6. Operating Systems Overall
  7. 7. Mobile Operating Systems
  8. 8. Acquisition
  9. 9. Search Engine
  10. 10. Top Species Landings 1. Kokanee Salmon 2. Spiders 3. Birds 4. Grizzly Bear 5. Prairie Rattlesnake 6. Gray Wolf Top Landings
  11. 11. Species Snapshot
  12. 12. Species Snapshot Filters Geography Taxonomy Status
  13. 13. Custom PDF Field Guide
  14. 14. Species Snapshot Filters Geography Taxonomy Status • City (25 mile buffer) • Important Bird Area • Major Land Resource Area • East/West Continental Divide • Joint Venture or LLC Boundary • National Wildlife Refuge • Wildlife Management Area (10 mile buff) • Fishing Access Site (10 mile buffer)
  15. 15. Future Field Guide Development • Incorporate custom Field Guide generation • Support species additions for unrepresented species and habitats • Support further development of species accounts • Support photo additions • Further develop search options - Color - Body size - Basic morphology - Habitat - Photos
  16. 16. Environmental Review Summary Tool Natural Heritage Map Viewer New Environmental Review Summary Tool
  17. 17.  Documented Species  Potential Species  Landcover  Wetland  Land Management  Biological Reports Print / Export ExcelPDF
  18. 18. Other Focal Efforts • Complete migration to new server • Format all MTNHP web pages for mobile access • Automate filtering of observations to assist review (appropriate range, date, & habitat, not a duplicate record, and not a first record in a QLL)…focus manual review effort • Additional data use tracking tools • Tools for tracking requests of staff • Increase outreach (webinars, trainings) • Redesign Botany Database - Redesign Observations table - SO’s built from 1 or more SOC/PSOC observations - Observations tracked for all species, not just SOC/PSOC - New Survey Locations table

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