GIS for Environmental Management
 

Invasive Species

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Conservation GIS

The Society for Conservation GIS supports the use of GIS and science for conservation of natural resources and cultural change.

Scientists use GIS to develop models to predict the spread of species along pathways such as rivers and other natural corridors. By cross-studying biological and geographic data, you can research native habitats, monitor invasive species, evaluate their impact, and design plans for counteractivities and invasion prevention.

GIS helps you manage invasive species by visualizing
  • Vegetation species inventory maps
  • Land-cover maps to compare over time
  • Landscape characterization maps
  • Topographical to species maps
  • Treatment zones and calendars
  • Vegetation treatment work orders and reports

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