GIS in the Field: Using LiDAR Makes Sense
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Feb 27, 2013 2:00 pm US/Eastern
Length: 01:24 (hh:mm)
- Steve Nechero, Supervisory Cartographer, Branch Leader, USDA NRCS National Geospatial Management Center
- Aaron Dushku, GIS Specialist, USDA NRCS - Massachusetts
- Reed Sims, GIS Specialist, USDA NRCS - Vermont
- Steve Crabtree, GIS Specialist, USDA NRCS - Kentucky
- American Forage and Grassland Council - 1 hour CFGP Credit
- Certified Crop Advisors - 1 hour CCA Self Study - PD Credit
- Conservation Planner - 1 hour Conservation Planning Credit
- Society of American Foresters - 1 hour Category 1 Credit
This webinar is intended for non-GIS participants who use, or might use, GIS for conservation planning and design, and natural resources analysis and applications.
Participate in the webinar for a focus on one aspect of GIS, LiDAR data and its derivatives. The webinar will start with a basic introduction to LiDAR and continue with examples from three states. The examples illustrate (1) the improvements that LiDAR-derived data make in field operations, and (2) the three, of many, geographic products that come from LiDAR.
This webinar is sponsored by the USDA NRCS East National Technology Support Center. Madalene Ransom, Ph.D., Resource Economist, moderates the event. Contact Holli Kuykendall, Ph.D., Ecologist, for more information.
- GIS in the Field Using LiDAR Makes Sense - Nechero.pptx (16777Kb)
- GIS in the Field Using LiDAR Makes Sense - Dushku.pptx (18045Kb)
- GIS in the Field Using LiDAR Makes Sense - Sims.pptx (6826Kb)
- GIS in the Field Using LiDAR Makes Sense - Crabtree.pptx (6531Kb)
- Webinar Questions and Answers.pdf (1464Kb)