- Author: Tammy Majcherek
Introduction to Image Processing and GIS for Natural Resources
Goal: Provide overview of geospatial technologies for monitoring and mapping natural resources, with hands on experience using on practical examples.
For information regarding the accompanying Drone Technologies for Natural Resources workshop on September 13th please Click Here.
This course content is the result of a collaborative effort between UC ANR IGIS Statewide Program, http://igis.ucanr.edu, and the UC Berkeley, Geospatial Innovation Facility (GIF), http://gif.berkeley.edu/
Audience: Public and private resource professionals as well as UC Cooperative Extension Advisors and Specialists.
Requirement: Participants must bring a laptop computer with a recent version of either ArcGIS installed on it.
ArcGIS can be obtained for UC ANR and UC AES work computers free of charge at Click Here
Please download the ArcGIS software and request a user license several days in advance of the workshop to ensure that it is properly functioning before the workshop date.
When & Where: September 14th, 2017, from 11am to 4:00pm, with a catered lunch from 12 to 1pm.
University of California, South Coast Research and Extension Center
7601 Irvine Boulevard, Irvine, CA 92618
Click Here for Google map directions.
Cost: $50 (account # and contact information required for UC affiliates)
Register: Click Here to register. Registration is limited to 25 participants, so please sign up early.
Contact: For more information regarding the content of the workshop, contact Sean Hogan of the UC Informatics and GIS (IGIS) Statewide Program, at 530-750-1322, firstname.lastname@example.org