Geographical Information Systems (GIS) provides tools to display, manipulate and analyse information by combining lots of different ‘layers' of information together based on their geographic location. For example these layers of information can consist of aerial photos, watercourses, built infrastructure, vegetation/habitat types, and species locations/abundance. These tools enable us to better assess the environment of interest and monitor over time spatial changes in the extent of for example a certain habitat type.
- GPS and GIS data capture and mapping
- Setup up of GIS systems
- GIS analysis and map production
- Ecological modeling and constraints mapping
- Vegetation modeling and mapping