Dan Zeh Gis Portfolio

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Samples of maps I\'ve created in ArcView.

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Dan Zeh Gis Portfolio

  1. 1. These GIS maps were created for specific purposes and shown here to demonstrate th variety. d t t the it
  2. 2. Pisgah State Park Mapbook Created for Ashuelot Valley Environmental Observatory (AVEO), Keene, NH. User selects map by clicking on the map grid shown in lower left hand corner. (2007)
  3. 3. Land Use Surrounding Vernal Pools at Wells NERR Created a land-use map and analysis for vernal pools for the book, Wells NERR Site Profile. A version of this map was printed in full-page color in support of Dr. Robert Baldwin’s chapter on amphibians and reptiles. (2006)
  4. 4. Conservation Lands Base Map Map was created for Moosewood Ecological, LLC, in support of Natural Resource Inventory work for the city of Merrimack. (2008)
  5. 5. The Wildlands Project Map was created to initialize work on the first Eastern Corridor of the United States eastern seaboard and the Canadian Maritime Provinces. Map shows conserved lands within the study area. (2008)
  6. 6. Pisgah State Park Raster Analysis Created for Ashuelot Valley Environmental Observatory (AVEO), Keene, NH. GIS spatial analysis of Pisgah State Park for the purpose of guiding AVEO’s volunteer documentation of vernal pools. Geographic information (digital elevation model, slope, hydrology) displayed and analyzed in ArcView 9; Resulted in several maps showing the most likely areas to search. (2007)
  7. 7. Five Profiles of Swanzey, NH Map created for the Swanzey Open Space Committee. Map integrates data from the NH Wildlife Action Plan, NH DES Aquifer, and the Swanzey OSC Conservation Priorities. Map used to introduce Swanzey committees and boards to the information available in the Wildlife Action Plan. (2009)
  8. 8. Please note: These maps were all designed to be 34 x 42 inches and intended for wall display. Some distortion is evident from shrinking to fit into this powerpoint powerpoint. To see higher quality pdfs of these maps or others designed by Dan Zeh please send an inquiry to: danzeh01@gmail com Zeh, danzeh01@gmail.com

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