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Click to view contentAn Inclusive History of Conservation GIS All too often, history is the stories of empires and conquest, and the gentlemen explorers who benefited from that privilege.  Conservation is no different.  2020 will be an historic year by many measures, for reasons ranging from biology to politics to social justice.  It seemed opportune therefore to…
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Conservation GIS Tracks and Themes Master Classification Reference Project Classification Jun 12 2020   This document is a classification of a decade+ of Conservation GIS papers, maps, speakers and events active in the global Conservation GIS community including the Annual SCGIS International Conference.   I have been involved in designing the…
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+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ This is the SCGIS Global Scholarship Program application form with instructions. v.2020 Please read the instructions carefully before filling out and submitting your application. The form has changed this year, and we do not accept application forms from previous…
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Click to view contentLeslie Backus  #80-02  USA, Bhutan, Nepal, India, Indonesia, Mexico,  Sri Lanka, Kenya, Venezuela,  xWildlife xEndangered xEducation xTTT xScgisBoard xTracking xDistribution x1997Talk x1997ScgisBoard  x1998ScgisBoard  x1999ScgisBoard  x2000ScgisBoard  x2000Talk x2000ScgisCommittee  xMembership2000  x2005 xInternational2005 xInternational2006 …
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Click to view contentThe SCGIS Global Program is proud to present our 2020 International Scholarship Finalists. 2020 will be a smaller program as we continue to rebuild our curriculum & technology to better support the advanced capabilities of ArcGIS Pro, and the recent paradigm shift from IT-heavy enterprise servers to mobile-oriented collaborative field GIS tools…
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Click to view contentChapter 1: Origins of Conservation: Indigenous Landscapes & Traditional Knowledge (part of the "Inclusive History of Conservation GIS")   (photo courtesy of Animesh Ghose, 2018 SCGIS scholar, Creative Conservation Alliance, Bangladesh, &  Scott Trageser of NatureStills photography)     Unlike the traditional view that conservation began in…
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Click to view contentFumika Azuma, Biodiversity and Biocomplexity Unit, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST) 1919-1 Tancha, Onna-Son, Kunigami-Gun, Okinawa, Japan Organization Web site     OIST Profile x2020 x2020Scholar  x2020Talk  xAsia xJapan  xBiodiversity xEducation xYouth  xTaxonomy  xBiogeography  xSpecies  xLandscape  xDistribution…
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Hi all   I have a point data set with repeat observations of bird nesting sites. This dataset spans about 6 years and the locations were captures in a number of different ways, resulting in multiple points for potentially the same nest. I now need to clean this data set to assign a single unique location to each nest so that I can do analysis on… (Show more)
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We just updated the ArcGIS QuickCapture mobile app across all supported platforms and refreshed the QuickCapture website and designer. Here is what is new:       ArcGIS QuickCapture mobile app    Share QuickCapture projects from your own device    Starting with this release, you can share your QuickCapture projects with colleagues, right from… (Show more)
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Click to view content(part of the "Inclusive History of Conservation GIS"   project)   I define Conservation as the struggle for human survival on earth.  If you are not in that fight,  you are either busy dying out as a dominant species, or you are hoping to get to Mars and live in a plastic bubble.   Back on my planet, Conservation is the activity of protecting…
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