IGIS has been working with Dr. Beth Grafton-Cardwell and Dr. Matt Daugherty Extension Specialists in the Dept. of Entomology, UC Riverside, Dr. Karen Jetter, Economist with the UC Agricultural Issues Center, UC Davis to develop an Interactive Website for Asian Citrus Psyllid Management. This site can be found at http://ucanr.edu/sites/ACP/. At this site IGIS has developed an easy to use web based GIS mapping application that can be used to research the distribution of Asian Citrus Psyllid in California.
IGIS is a new ANR Program established in 2012 to provide GIS support, software, data and training to ANR.
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The Conversation: VTM data helps us understand changes to California forests
Posted 1/28/2015 - I recently adventured into science journalism with a piece describing our recent article in PNAS detailing changes in forest structure over the 20th century. I talk about the use of the old data, and what the implications are for these changes. Check it...
100 Years of National Geographic Maps: The Art and Science of Where
Posted 1/27/2015 - Great retrospective on 100 years of National Geographic map making. 100 Years of National Geographic Maps: The Art and Science of Where Since 1915, National Geographic cartographers have charted earth, seas, and skies in maps capable of evoking...
New software from Clark Labs: TerrSet
Posted 1/23/2015 - From Sam: Clark Labs is shipping their new software: TerrSet. They say: TerrSet - a new name, a new concept and a wealth of advances. Clark Labs is pleased to announce that the TerrSet software is now...
Croudsourced view of global agriculture: mapping farm size around the world
Posted 1/23/2015 - From Live Science. Two new maps released Jan. 16 considerably improve estimates of the amount of land farmed in the world — one map reveals the world's agricultural lands to a resolution of 1 kilometer, and the other provides the first look at...
Another new journal: Remote Sensing Applications: Society and Environment
Posted 1/22/2015 - They say: With the launch of this new journal, Remote Sensing Applications: Society and Environment focuses on providing a platform for describing innovative methods and scientific results from the application of remote sensing technology to a wide range...