Open Access paper from the Healthy Landscapes Program
Data and GIS
Welcome to our new GIS Analyst!
Final report from the Landscapes in Motion team on the Healthy Landscapes Program
Advances in Visual Applications: Visualizing & Quantifying Landscape Change in SW Alberta Using Mountain Legacy Project Photography
Final report from the Repeat Photography Team on the Healthy Landscapes Program
2-page summary of the SpaDES project from Dr. Alex Chubaty of the Mountain Pine Beetle Ecology Program
Dan Wismer, our GIS analyst describes a new online tool that lets users run management scenarios to see the effects on caribou habitat.
Maintaining accurate, current, rural road network data: An extraction and updating routine using RapidEye, participatory GIS and deep learning
Paper from a Grizzly Bear Program collaboration.
Synthesis report from the Healthy Landscapes Program.
GIS analyst Dan Wismer describes new tools to automate data processing.
EcoAnthromes of Alberta: An example of disturbance-informed ecological regionalization using remote sensing
Peer-reviewed publication from the Grizzly Bear Program. Journal of Environmental Management
The tool for Habitat States, a metric that combines habitat quality and risk for grizzly bears, is getting an upgrade.
A StoryMap about the GIS and Grizzly Bear Program's work to conserve grizzly bear's in Alberta.