NatureTech A Different Tack on a Nature Tech Project

The NatureTech award does not have to be based on mapping or GIS technologies, but there are many options using those tools, especially in ways that provide access to land information (including especially ownership).

This extended blog by Mike Miller illustrates a number of different ways that Web GIS tools could be harnessed to enhance and support environmental and cultural resource management in small islands of the Caribbean.

Check out requirements for the $3,000 NatureTech prize at NatureTech.Solutions.

Good luck

Bruce

Begin forwarded message:

From: Mike Miller <lstomsl>

Subject: Why your organization needs a web GIS strategy

Date: May 4, 2017 at 1:28:59 PM EDT

To: SCGIS

Reply-To: Mike Miller <lstomsl>

I wrote this blog based on my experience in environmental consulting but I think many of the same principals will apply to conservation organizations.

Its not just about publishing data, its about making GIS more accessible and reducing costs.

Hope it will be useful.

http://millermountain.com/geospatialblog/2017/05/02/web-gis-strategy/

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Bruce Potter
NatureTech Award for 2017 — $3,000
Application Deadline — 1 September 2017
NatureTech.Solutions
NatureTech

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