“Geo for All” is the Open Source Geospatial Foundation’s Open Educational outreach with our partners worldwide with the mission for making geospatial education and opportunities accessible to all. Onbehalf of Geo4All we would like to welcome you to the “Open Geospatial Science & Applications” webinar series. Thanks to Dr. Rafael Moreno and colleagues at University of Colorado Denver for organising the Geo4All webinar series. If you are interested to do a webinar for the Geo4All webinar series please contact Rafael (email- email@example.com ) and he will be happy to discuss ideas.
Webinar details below:
* Date and Time: March 29 (Tuesday) at 17:00 GMT
* Topic: FOSS/FOSS4G in Urban Forestry Applications in the USA
* Presenter: Ian Hanou, Plan-it GEO http://www.planitgeo.com/
This presentation will introduce the use of FOSS/FOSS4G applications for urban forest management, outreach and planning. Case studies will highlight web/mobile apps from municipal, private and nonprofit sectors across the country. The first examples will focus on mobile field data collection, data management, maintenance tracking and reporting for urban tree inventories of parks, streets and private property planting projects. The second half will take a big picture view of the entire urban forest at a landscape scale using urban tree canopy assessment data in interactive online mapping applications. These tools will show how progressive organizations can view, plan, and grow their urban forest without knowledge of GIS software or training in data management.
Join webminar from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android on https://ucdenver.zoom.us/j/282526818
The webinar recordings will be available at http://www.geoforall.org/webinars/
For more details contact UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER FOSS4G Lab http://geospatial.ucdenver.edu/foss4g/