Analyzing Preserved Farmland on New Jersey

Authors: Katrina McCarthy*, Rowan University, Devon Nealer*, Rowan University
Topics: Agricultural Geography, Geographic Information Science and Systems
Keywords: New Jersey, farmland, agriculture, GIS
Session Type: Virtual Poster
Day: 4/7/2021
Start / End Time: 3:05 PM / 4:20 PM
Room: Virtual 51
Presentation File: Download



This poster highlights a collaborative project between Rowan University Geospatial Research Lab and NJ State Agricultural Development Committee (SADC). The project analyzes all preserved farmland in New Jersey using aerial imagery, Google Earth and Google Street View. The analysis will support acquisition of farmland into the preservation program and stewardship of properties that have already been successfully preserved. The interactive map and tools for data development and editing are accessible within a web browser using javascript, PostGreSQL, and AWS platform. It was developed from the foundational technology used to create NJ MAP (https://www.njmap2.com/), a web-based geospatial mapping application created by Rowan’s Geospatial Research Lab and will be freely accessible to the general public.

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