2015 NWWaGIS Meetings

(See This Year’s Meetings)

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Dec. 18, 2015 – Tulalip Administration Building 

 Agenda    –    Map     –     Directions

  • Fred Cruger (Granite Falls Historical Society)
    Snohomish County Mapping Project 2009 – 2015
  • Todd Zackey & Michelle Totman (Tulalip Natural Resources)
    Mapping and Modeling of Juvenile Chinook of Coastal Streams in the Whidbey Basin
  • Darla Boyer & Michelle Totman (Tulalip Natural Resources)Using Multispectral Imagery to Develop a Landclass Layer to Assist in Remotely Deducing Potential Wetland Condition, Function, Risk, and Cultural Use

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Sept. 18, 2015 – Padilla Bay, Breazeala Interpretive Center

 Agenda    –    Map     –     Directions

  • Gerry Gabrisch (Lummi Nation)
    Extending Python Beyond ArcPy, Installing Third-Party Libraries and Distributing the Scripts that Call Them
  • Jeremy Davies (Pew Charitable Trusts)
    Studying Floe Edge Dynamics Using GIS and Time Lapse Photography in the North Canadian Arctic

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June 19, 2015 – Padilla Bay, Breazeala Interpretive Center

 Agenda    –    Map     –     Directions

  • Gregg Ridder (Island County MRC)
    Using ArcGIS to monitor eelgrass and kelp forests
  • Brad McMillian & Russ McMillian, (Dept. of Ecology)
    UAVs, aerial photography and mapping technologies
  • Dan Saul (Department of Ecology)
    Mobile GIS and the Dept. of Ecology
  • David Wallin (Western Washington University)
    Lessons learned with UAVs

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Mar. 20, 2015 – City of Bellingham, Fireplace Room

Agenda    –    Map (625 Halleck St, Bellingham)

  • Andrew Phay (Whatcom Conservation District)
    Using the Collector App for a Burned Soil Survey
  • Jacob Tully, (Swinomish Indian Tribal Community)
    Going Mobile with Collector for ArcGIS
  • Kelly Slattery (Department of Ecology)
    Puget Sound Watershed Characterization Project
  • Chris Behee (City of Bellingham)
    GIS and Bellingham’s Homeless Outreach Team