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Developing Tools to Support World-Class Science

The GIS Program provides support to fRI Research to help build tools, workflows, visualizations and datasets that respond to partners’ needs.

Related Programs:

  • Spring 1999

    Processing GPS Collar Data

    Progress update: Created scripts to process the incoming GPS collar data from grizzly bears

  • April 2001

    Enhanced Tools

    Progress update: GPS collar scripts now append cleaned GPS data directly into an Access database

  • January 2005

    First Grizzly Bear Program Deliverables

    Progress update: Version 1 of our maps and models covering 100,000 sq. km delivered

  • January 2006

    Second Grizzly Bear Program Deliverables

    Progress update: Updated and improved maps, models, and tutorial now covering 127,000 sq km

  • March 2007

    Third Grizzly Bear Program Deliverables

    Progress update: Expanding from the original Phase 3 area to Phase 3, 4, 5, and 6 areas.

  • August 2007

    Upgraded Processing Tools

    Progress update: Original GPS collar AML scripts converted to Python

  • June 2008

    Fourth Grizzly Bear Program Deliverables

    Progress update: Completed habitat mapping for the entire Alberta grizzly bear range

  • May 2009

    Fifth Grizzly Bear Program Deliverables

    Progress update: Improvements and updates to the maps and models

  • April 2010

    Sixth Grizzly Bear Program Deliverables

    Progress update: Includes new food-based habitat model

  • August 2010

    Getting Time of Day

    Progress update: Created script to tag each GPS location with ToD based on local sunrise/set

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Dan Wismer

Core Staff

Julie Duval

Program Lead

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