This paper session concerns applications of spatial analysis to conservation planning and natural resources management. We welcome papers focusing on Geographic Information Science, spatial analysis, spatial modeling, and remote sensing for biodiversity and ecosystems conservation.
Specific topics may include, but are not limited to:
1- Conservation planning
2- Habitat modeling
3- Ecosystem’s assessments
4- Habitat connectivity
5- Spatial tools in conservation.
We are interested in bridging academics and practitioners in Conservation GIS. Organizations are welcome to present their ongoing conservation projects showcasing how GIS is used to attain their goals.
If you are interested in submitting an abstract to this session or seek more information, please contact Dr. Sangermano (email@example.com).
|Presenter||Charlie Mix*, , Mapping Conservation Partnership Goals for the Greater Region of Chattanooga, TN||15||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Xochizeltzin Castaneda Camacho*, The University of Texas at Austin, Nature Conservation in Protected Areas of Mexico’s Chihuahuan Desert||15||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Timothy Assal*, Kent State University, Mark W Vandever, US Geological Survey, Fort Collins Science Center, Sarah K Carter, US Geological Survey, Fort Collins Science Center, Richard Iovanna, US Department of Agriculture, Farm Service Agency, Remote sensing of conservation practices: Do expired Conservation Reserve Program fields continue to provide environmental benefits?||15||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Simone Chapman*, , Catherine M Ashcraft, University of New Hampshire, Who Wins and Loses from “No Net Loss”?: Results from Analysis of Socioeconomic and Participatory Differences in Compensatory Mitigation in New Hampshire||15||12:00 AM|
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