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.
Peer-reviewed paper from the Grizzly Bear Program.
Dan Wismer, our GIS analyst shares his journey as he built the Caribou Webtools in R.
Quantifying local fire regimes using the Landsat data-archive: a conceptual framework to derive detailed fire pattern metrics from pixel-level information
Peer reviewed paper from the Healthy Landscapes Program.
Peer reviewed paper from the Grizzly Bear Program
The GIS Program helped train the MSGC.
A tool created by the GIS Program measures travel distance between seismic lines and the nearest town for caribou conservation.
The GIS and Grizzly Bear Programs created an animation of grizzly bear movement around a landscape of forest and cut blocks, using real GPS collar data.
Peer-reviewed publication from the Healthy Landscapes Program