NZ GIS in Conservation Updates

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SCGIS 2017 Scholar Finalist Announcement

NZ GIS in Conservation is very pleased to announce that Aaria Dobson-Waitere has been awarded a US Society for Conservation GIS Scholarship this year. She will attend the Esri User Conference and SCGIS annual conference in California...

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GiC Networking Evening – 29th September 2016

GIS in Conservation would like to thank all those who attended our annual get-together for GIS volunteers, community-based conservation groups, iwi, stakeholders, and corporate sponsors on Thursday 29th September 2016.  A special thanks to...

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Plant Maps On Motutapu Island

  Motutapu Island is managed by the Department of Conservation (DoC) and the Motutapu Restoration Trust (MRT). Under a conservation project initiated over 20 years ago nearly 100 hectares have been replanted, mammalian pests...

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MIRO Rat Bait Take-Up

Mainland Island Restoration Operation (MIRO) is a volunteer-based conservation group. It was established to manage, on behalf of the Greater Wellington Regional Council (GWRC), the unfenced “mainland island” in the East Harbour Regional Park...

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Matiu/Somes Penguin Site Maps

Matiu/Somes Island in Te Whanganui-o-Tara (Wellington Harbour) is the home for a range of native fauna including the little penguin (Korora). A two-stage penguin study carried out between 2007 and 2014 began as a...

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We have our own ArcGIS Online

ArcGIS Online GiC now has it’s own space on ArcGIS Online. Our aim is to progressively develop it into the go-to site for GiC and its work with conservation groups.

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What Is GIS?

GIS, or Geographic Information Systems, refers to the use of mapping techniques to produce maps for specific purposes. It is basically a powerful mapping tool that, with the right help and support, can provide...

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Come see us at NZEUC 2016

GIC is exhibiting at NZEUC this week. Stop by for a chat if you’re here or check out our presentation this afternoon at 4.30pm where we’ll showcase two great examples of volunteer GIS at...