Using Geospatial Data in Urban Forestry – September 2009
“Using Geospatial Data for Urban Forestry” informational webcast, was presented by Dr. David Nowak and Phillip Rodbell, USDA Forest Service. The session presented a dynamic, interactive overview of the latest tools that are being used to prepare timely, accurate and easy to understand reports on the natural resources found in a community or region. Also, sources of information and datasets were outlined, as well as how this information can be used to address your assessment, analysis or management needs. Also, i-Tree Vue, a new, interactive tool for data analysis and reporting was introduced.
You can view this month’s webcast below using the embedded video viewer. Just click on Play and the video will start momentarily. Alternatively, you may download a copy to your own PC. Simply right-click on the provided link and save the presentation to your desktop or other appropriate directory. You can then open the file once it is downloaded and view it by using the default Windows Media Player software.
Download the file in Windows Media (WMV) format.
Presenter Contact Information:
- Dr. David Nowak, USDA Forest Service
Northern Research Station
c/0 SUNY ESF, 5 Moon Library
Syracuse, NY 13210
- NLCD Data
- State Reports
- UTC (Urban Tree Canopy)
- Urban Forests, Environmental Quality and Human Health
- Tools to Assess Ecosystem Services
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