ecotrust canada - mapping

By: Ecotrust  09-12-2011
Keywords: Capacity Building

Geographic Information Systems or GIS is key to empowering communities and First Nations. Knowledge is power and effective decision-making requires the ability to manage vast amounts of information and data.

Mapping services:

  • Community GIS needs assessments
  • GIS program planning & implementation
  • Capacity building & training
  • Use & occupancy research & best practices
  • Cartography
  • Referrals assessments & support
  • Terrestrial & marine spatial analysis & modeling
  • Online data, spatial analysis & mapping tools

Keywords: Capacity Building

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