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  • ESRI ArcInfo 8.2 ArcView GIS 3.3 ArcGIS 9.3 ArcView $1,500 ArcEditor $4,000 ArcInfo $10,000
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  • Shane Bradt, Geospatial Extension Specialist UNH Cooperative Extension GIS 101: Learning to map in the digital age
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  • GIS: GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM Geographic information made digital and aligned to a common reference system ( georeferenced ) GIS layers are by national, state and local sources Can provide information on a many types of features, both natural resource and societal Combines geographic layers with descriptive data about those layers UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • 4 What is GIS? GIS = Geographic Information System A system for capturing managing manipulating displaying analyzing spatial data UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • What is GIS? HardwareSoftware DataPeople Procedures UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • What makes GIS work? GIS SOFTWARE - Stack different data layers GIS SOFTWARE - Knows how features are related to each other spatially UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Remote Sensing GPS Where do GIS layers come from? Maps UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Common types of GIS data Topographic maps Infrastructure Roads, Rail, Trails, Water, Sewer, Phone lines Geology Hydrography Lakes, Ponds, Rivers, Streams Demographic (Census) Wetlands NWI, USGS, Remote Sensing Soils Groundwater resources Landcover/Landuse Watershed delineations Wildlife Action Plan UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Not all GIS uses are related to bugs and bunnies UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • THE GHOST MAP UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Bad Map UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Interesting Map UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • METADATA Who developed the data? What was the original source data? When was the data developed? When was the last update? What is the scale of the data? What are the attributes of the data? Who to contact to find out more? helps keep track of GIS data for you and others UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Options for computer mapping GIS Options seamless data server In your web browserWith streamed dataUsing downloaded data UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Options for computer mapping GIS Options seamless data server In your web browserWith streamed dataUsing downloaded data UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Options for computer mapping In your web browser Advantages Use on any computer No specialized skills needed Low or no cost Layers kept up-to-date seamless data server Disadvantages High speed internet access Layers selected by host Limited output options Cant use your own data UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Options for computer mapping In your web browser UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Options for computer mapping In your web browser UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Options for computer mapping In your web browser UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Options for computer mapping GIS Options seamless data server In your web browserWith streamed dataUsing downloaded data UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Options for computer mapping With streamed data Advantages Use on most computers Interactive & 3D views Low or cost Layers kept up-to-date Disadvantages High speed internet Layers chosen by host Graphics bottleneck Limited output options UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Options for computer mapping With streamed data UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Options for computer mapping With streamed data UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Options for computer mapping With streamed data UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Options for computer mapping GIS Options seamless data server In your web browserWith streamed dataUsing downloaded data UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Options for computer mapping Using downloaded data Advantages Use on any computer* Analysis and output Many types of GIS data Use own data Disadvantages Computer specs B.Y.O.G.D. Training needed to use Can be expensive* UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Options for computer mapping Using downloaded data UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Options for computer mapping Using downloaded data UNH Cooperative Extension 2010
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  • Questions? UNH Cooperative Extension 2010