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Wednesday, April 10 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
When the going gets you down, the down get resilient!

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This session highlights three different types of resiliency, from restoring salmon habitat to preparing for sea level rise to building communities that are more resilient. Get ready to leave with more grit and with more knowledge of resiliency in the world of GIS!

  • Using GIS and Science to Inform Ecological Restoration
    Micha Salomon, GIS Specialist, San Francisco Estuary Institute, Richmond, CA
  • Coupling Survey and Spatial Data to Examine Sea Level Rise in the Bay Area
    Darcy Bostic, MS Student, University of California Davis, Davis, CA
  • Building Resilient Communities with Open Source Tools and Open Data
    Nicole Martinelli, Founder, Resiliency Maps, San Francisco, CA

avatar for Dan Henderson, GISP, PMP

Dan Henderson, GISP, PMP

Regional Manager Local Government, Esri
This is the 20th anniversary of my first CalGIS conference. I've been a conference chair twice (2003, 2011) and involved with URISA for the past 20 years. I love working with local governments and finding solutions to the problems they face. I love snowboarding, hiking, surfing, watch... Read More →

avatar for Nicole Martinelli

Nicole Martinelli

Founder, Resiliency Maps
A San Francisco native who has spent extensive time living in Italy — fault lines run deep in her history. She’s also spent three years as a GIS volunteer at the San Francisco Botanical Gardens and written about tactile maps for the California Map Society journal “Calafia... Read More →
avatar for Micha Salomon

Micha Salomon

GIS Specialist, San Francisco Estuary Institute
Micha joined the San Francisco Estuary Institute's Resilient Landscapes Program team in 2006. He has over a decade of experience using geographic information systems (GIS) for environmental research. Micha's expertise includes cartography, mapping historical and contemporary wetlands... Read More →
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Darcy Bostic

MS Student, University of California Davis
Darcy Bostic is a Hydrology Masters student at UC Davis working with Mark Lubell in the Center for Environmental Policy and Behavior. She is currently studying the impacts of sea level rise on groundwater and public supply wells. She has worked for the Public Policy Institute of California... Read More →

Wednesday April 10, 2019 10:30am - 12:00pm PDT
Salon D-1