Conservation Toolbox: Geospatial Decision-Making for the Non-GIS User
Authors: Colin Stief
Many conservation organizations want to apply geospatial technology to their work, but lack the capacity to do so. To help these organizations, the Chesapeake Conservancy has developed the “Conservation Toolbox,” a web application for characterizing individual parcels and assessing how well they meet certain conservation and restoration criteria. Users can view ecological and cultural data, perform simple landscape analyses, and most importantly, export their work as clear and concise reports.