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Geographic Information Systems (GIS) as a tool for Environmental Management

University of Oxford Short Course
When May 30, 2014
from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where Oxford
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Contact Phone 01865 286953
Attendees Registered applicants
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Geographic Information System (GIS) is becoming a vital tool in Conservation and Enviornmental Management. GIS permits the digital mapping of species locations, transect routes, reserve boundaries, features (such as ponds) and reserve management (such as coppiced areas). NGOs are using digital programmes to develop and link with GIS, as a vital component of more robust methods of planning management and recording. This session will assume no prior knowledge of GIS and introduce students to the basics, utilising Phase 1 data to enable students to gain first-hand experience, under the watchful eye of the tutor who has 30 years’ experience in GIS mapping.

This one day workshop will be delivered by Mr Chris Talbot, and will run from 10am-5pm at Ewert House, Summertown, Oxford.

Cost: £125

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