2011 NWWaGIS Meetings

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Dec. 9, 2011 – Skagit County PUD, Mt. Vernon

 Agenda    –     Map

Note: The December meeting will be held on the Second Friday of the month (not the 3rd)

  • TJ Abernhaus (ESRI)
    ESRI’s Community Map Program
  • Jeremy Davies (Pew Environmental Group)
    Engaging the Public in Research and Conservation using Interactive Maps

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Sept. 16, 2011 – Snohomish County, Everett

(Robert J. Drewell Building)

 Agenda    –     Map

  • Ed Fairbanks (Snohomish County)
    Collaboration at Snohomish County
  • Katy Taylor, Darby Veeck, Liz O’Dea & Tammy Pelletier (Wa. Dept. of Ecology)
    The Washington Coastal Atlas
  • Rick Jordan (Wa. Dept. of Ecology)
    National Hydrographic Dataset
  • Suzanne Shull (Padilla Bay Reserve) & Ann Stark (City of Bellingham)
    Bringing Local Marine Resource Committee GIS Data to the Public via a Web Access Portal

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June 17, 2011 – Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

Agenda   –   Map   –    Directions

  • Alex Wallace & Suzanne Tomlinson (University of Washington)
    Mapping Restoration in the Puget sound
  • Jennifer Minich & Jessica Taylor (Green River)
    Seahurst Park Project: Designing a Geodatabase for Data Collection, Monitoring and Analysis
  • Aaron Racicot (Z-Pulley Inc)
    Disaster Response in the Gulf of Mexico – ERMA

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March 18, 2011 – City of Bellingham

(Fireplace Room, 325 Halleck St.)

Agenda   –   Map

  • Chris Behee (City of Bellingham)
    Using GIS and Google Sketch-Up to produce quick architectual-style perspective sketches
  • Chris Gardner (Pacific Alliance Technologies)
    iVault: A self service web mapping application based on ArcGIS Server 10 and Silverligh
    t
  • Matt Stevenson (CORE GIS)
    Mapping Floods, Damage, Development, and Habitat in Western Washington for the National Wildlife Federation
  • Brian Small & Ann Stark (City of Bellingham)
    Automating those daily tasks with Python: tips and ricks for behind the scenes productivity

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