Category Archives: GIS accomplishments
The Spring 2015 Digital History (HIST211) course collaborated to create a story map encompassing maps, oral histories, archival information, and data analysis.
Elephant Poaching Crisis Story map developed through a partnership between Esri, Wildlife Conservation Society and Save the Elephants. http://elephantstory.wcs.org/ The story map gives a broad overview of historic and current African elephant ranges, the collapse of forest and savannah elephant … Continue reading
Check out the Summer 2013 issue of GeoFocus (page 6) for an article about E&ES 322/324 service-learning projects with local land conservation organizations. GeoFocus is the Connecticut GIS User to User Network newsletter.
Caleb Corliss (’13) volunteered with Middlesex Land Trust during the 2012-13 academic year to develop a mapping system for MLT. Caleb’s efforts allow for efficient data compilation and standardization of MLT cartographic templates. His maps appear on the MLT website … Continue reading