Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference 2012: Internet GIS - Watershed Dashboard

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Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference 2012: Internet GIS - Watershed Dashboard

  1. 1. Watershed Dashboard &High-Resolution ImageryMarch 5, 2012 Theresa Menard Stephanie Tom GIS Specialist Info Manager
  2. 2. What does TNC do?
  3. 3. CONSERVE LANDS AND WATERSON WHICH ALL LIFE DEPENDS
  4. 4. What are the threats?
  5. 5. Fence construction & animal controlWeed Control
  6. 6. Forest degradation Erosion & Runoff into Ocean
  7. 7. Where Do We Work?The Nature Conservancy Preserves 40,000 acres
  8. 8. Watershed Partnerships
  9. 9. Where are we going?
  10. 10. 10-yr Goal: To double protected area
  11. 11. How do we scale up our efforts?Aerial Weed Mapping Aerial Weed Control Watershed Dashboard Remote Cameras Remote Trapping
  12. 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. 13. Public Private
  14. 14. Public Private
  15. 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. 16. The Imagery Story
  17. 17. Helicopter-basedAerial Weed Mapping
  18. 18. Australian Tree Fern Invasion
  19. 19. • Ultra-high resolution image- based mapping• Weed detection over large areas
  20. 20. Ikonos Imagery
  21. 21. Resource Mapping’s ImageryThis iswhat thenewimagery ofthat spotlooks like!
  22. 22. Very high resolution means…Scale: 1 to 300,000
  23. 23. Scale: 1 to 200,000
  24. 24. Scale: 1 to 100,000
  25. 25. Scale: 1 to 50,000
  26. 26. Scale: 1 to 10,000
  27. 27. Scale: 1 to 5,000
  28. 28. Scale: 1 to 1,000
  29. 29. Scale: 1 to 100
  30. 30. Image-based MonitoringBefore treatment After treatment
  31. 31. Huge Imagery ArchiveKauai: 34,000 images Maui: 32,000 imagesMolokai: 24,000 images Hawaii: 27,000 images
  32. 32. Imagery Challenges
  33. 33. Data Storage Problem 8 TB Used Network Space5432 Used Space (TB)10 1-2cm Other GIS Shared PC Imagery Data Docs Backups
  34. 34. How much more storage space will be required?2 cm resolution imagery 1 cm resolution imagery (2008 – 2010) (2012)
  35. 35. Internet Access Problem Image Services - May Crash Your Computerhttp://hbmpweb.pbrc.hawaii.edu/arcgis/services
  36. 36. Internet Access ProblemMapping Service: http://bit.ly/xzFvOd
  37. 37. Mosaic Dataset Problem
  38. 38. The New Bliss!
  39. 39. PAU
  40. 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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