|Title:||GIS Tools for Analyzing Dynamic Landscapes|
|Contact:||Charlene Nielsen; University of Alberta; ccn<at>ualberta.ca|
|Date and Time:||Sunday, April 3, 2011
8:00am–4:00pm with one hour break for lunch
|Location:||Portland State University; Science Building 2, Room B1-82|
|Class size limit:||25|
|A map of Portland State University, and direction to the campus, may be found at: http://www.pdx.edu/campus-map|
This is an applied GIS workshop for spatially and temporally analyzing landscapes, using examples as leveraged by research collaborators at the Alberta Conservation Cooperative Research Unit (ACCRU), University of Alberta.
Topics to be covered include:
Although the custom tools were developed for specific applications they are flexible and easily modifiable: explore how the open source of the ModelBuilder framework and the Python programming language allows landscape ecologists to adapt the tools and build new ones to help answer alternative issues.
Prerequisites require familiarity with with ArcGIS.
All materials are eco-friendly and provided electronically.
For general questions about workshops and registration for them, please contact Anita Morzillo at workshops.usiale2011<at>oregonstate.edu. For questions about workshop content, please contact the individual identified as "Contact" within the information above.