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Workshop Periodic Assessments of Conservation
Time for a new assessment Entire Amazon GIS Technology Geographic Information Systems
Smithsonian National Zoo Amazonia Science Gallery Washington, DC
Amazonia at the National Zoological Park
Non-advocacy Internet accessible Continuously updating “Comprehensive” data NGOs, USGS, NOAA, NASA
Treaty on Amazon Cooperation
Examples of data received
National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration NOAA
View of orbits and paths of selected global weather satellites Representing a group of the 521 currently in orbit
GOES satellite image: northeastern Amazon GOES satellites use infrared photography ( fire )
US Geological Survey USGS
US Geological Survey Global Digital Atlas for Central and South America
Political Boundaries Guyana Venezuela Suriname French Guiana USGS Guyana
Mining sites USGS
Oil and gas fields USGS
Air fields USGS
Large perennial rivers, lakes, and floodplains With hydrological network (rivers and tributaries)
Geologic age USGS
Population density USGS
Environmental Systems Research Institute ESRI
Age of Quaternary deposits ESRI
Agricultural threat to landscape ESRI
High range annual surface runoff ESRI
High range January precipitation ESRI
ESRI – Environmental Systems Research Institute Protected areas vs. agricultural threats
ESRI Annual precipitation in the Amazon
ESRI Geological tectonic data
Conservation International CI
World Wide Fund for Nature WWF-US
WWF-US – World Wide Fund for Nature - US Ecoregion classification
WWF-US Satellite imagery of local protected areas - Bolivia
WWF-US WWF priority regions of the Amazon
SI – Smithsonian Institution Species distribution data – Coleoptera diversity
Amazon GIS Program at the National Zoo Compiling GIS data for Amazon conservation
Ryan Valdez (202) (202) fax
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Nordisk GIS-konferanse 2003 Kari Strande INSPIRE expert group EUROGI representing GeoForum FIG com 3 - NSDI GI-policy in EU.
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Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research SCAR Renewal Colin Summerhayes Executive Director Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR)
U. S GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Louisiana Water Science Center Louisiana HydroWatch.
Glenn K. Rutledge National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Climatic Data Center Tromso, Norway May 13, 2004 International and National.
1 AMS Webinar May 29, 2008 Dr. Chet Koblinsky Director, NOAA Climate Program Office National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Climate Services:
A Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica D.R.F Taylor, Carleton University, Canada Daniel Vergani, CONICET, Argentina Zulma Stanganelli, Puerto Madryn,
CPAS Workshop / Chapel Hill, North Carolina March 4, 2008 Mike Brewer 1, Tim Owen 2, Roger Pulwarty 3, and Mark Svoboda 4 1. NOAAs National Weather Service,
The Cybercartographic Atlas of Antarctica D.R.F. Taylor Carleton University SCAR WG-GGI (Canada) XXVII SCAR, Shanghai, PRC July 2002.
Standing Science Group on Geosciences ~72 members and participants 25 projects Place names Plate tectonics Chief Officer: Philip OBrien - Australia Deputy.
Antonio Bruno Della Rocca Antonio Bruno Della Rocca - Tel Earth Observation.
Indicators for the 2 nd World Water Development Report (WWDR-II) World Water Assessment Programme (WWAP)
What is it Geospatial Technology and Why is it important to know about it? Geospatial Technology Emerging Market Well Paid Technology with staying power.
Copyright, © Qiming Zhou GEOG3610 Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation Remote Sensing Applications.
CEOS Constellations Systems Engineering Office (SEO) Working Group on Information Systems and Services (WGISS) Workshop Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany October.
Environmentally Sustainable Australia Atlas of Living Australia presentation to Environmentally Sustainable Australia Expert Working Group Donald Hobern,
Water research in Geographical Sciences An overview Professor Paul Bates.
The European Union Strategy for the Danube Region and Romanian Scientific Community.
Population, Land Use, and Deforestation in The Sierra de Lacandón National Park, Petén, Guatemala * David L. Carr Department of Geography and Carolina.
Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research SCAR and the International Polar Year What is SCAR? SCAR was created in 1958 by the International Council for.
Task Update HE-09-03c Ecosystems, Biodiversity and Health: Decision-Support Tools and Research Montira Pongsiri, PhD, MPH U.S. Environmental Protection.
NOAAs Comprehensive Large-data Array Stewardship System (CLASS) Robert Rank NOAA CLASS Program Chris Elvidge – NOAA-NGDC January 22, 2006.
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