GIS for Environmental Management

Biodiversity and Habitat

Read how GIS optimizes wildlife corridor design in the Sonoran Desert.
GIS optimizes wildlife corridor design in the Sonoran Desert.

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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.

Case Study Podcasts

Preserving Biodiversity—By Dr. Peter Raven, director of the Missouri Botanical Gardens

Protecting Caves—By William Elliott, cave biologist, Missouri Department of Conservation

GIS is an essential tool for inventorying habitats, studying endangered species, correlating species and geographic relationships, analyzing change over time, and evaluating the effectiveness of conservation practices and policies.

Esri's GIS software provides a robust solution for managing extensive databases, accessing appropriate features, and responding to specific relational queries.

Biologists are using GIS to monitor and manage

Success Stories

See how GIS is benefiting other organizations like yours.

Take a look at other case studies, podcasts, and books and literature.

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