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Wednesday, April 10 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Insights to Vegetation Mapping

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Love the outdoors and enjoy field work, get into vegetation mapping with field verification! This session looks at mapping vegetation and how to deliver that mapped vegetation.

  • Mapping Mendocino Cypress and Related Plant Communities
    Rosie Yacoub, GIS Data Specialist, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Sacramento, CA 
  • EcoAtlas and CARI: Online Resource Management Support Tools
    Cristina Grosso, Environmental Informatics Program Manager, San Francisco Estuary Institute, Richmond, CA
  • Using Remote Sensing and GIS technology to Analyze Vegetation Productivity
    Chuan-Shin Chong, CMS, GISP, UAV Pilot, Senior Remote Sensing/GIS Analyst, Formation Environmental - Sacramento, CA

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Christina Boggs-Chavira, PG

Engineering Geologist, California Department of Water Resources

avatar for Chuan-Shin Chong, CMS, GISP

Chuan-Shin Chong, CMS, GISP

Senior Remote Sensing and GIS Analyst/UAV Pilot, Formation Environmental
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Cristina Grosso

Environmental Informatics Program Manager, San Francisco Estuary Institute
Cristina is the Program Manager of the Environmental Informatics Program at the San Francisco Estuary Institute. She manages the collaborative development and partnerships of the EcoAtlas toolset, including the California Aquatic Resource Inventory, Rapid Assessment Method, Project... Read More →
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Rosie Yacoub

GIS Data Specialist, California Department of Fish and Wildlife
I am the GIS specialist for the Vegetation Classification and Mapping Program at CDFW. We use ArcGIS Collector to support field surveys, do vegetation classifications, and some in-house mapping. In addition to working with ArcGIS, Collector I have also done some support of classification... Read More →

Wednesday April 10, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm PDT
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