Workshop brochure of introductory GIS workshops in April and May 2013 at the Carroll County UNH Cooperative Extension Offices in Conway, NH.
Workshop brochure of introductory GIS workshops in January 2013 at the NH Sea Grant Extension Offices in Lee, NH.
Workshop brochure of introductory GIS workshops in July 2013 at the NH Sea Grant Extension Offices in Lee, NH.
Workshop brochure of introductory GIS workshops in June 2013 at the Whole Village Family Resource Center in Plymouth, NH.
Workshop brochure of introductory GIS workshops in March 2013 at the NH Fish and Game Department in Concord, NH.
Workshop brochure of introductory GIS workshops in May 2013 at the Nashua Regional Planning Commission in Merrimack, NH.
Workshop brochure of introductory GIS workshops in September 2013 at the NH Fish & Game Department in Concord, NH.
Workshop brochure of ArcGIS workshops in Spring 2013 in Conway, Merrimack and Plymouth, NH
A 1-page document which provides basic help for the Whales & Marine Debris webmap
Workshop brochure of ArcGIS workshops in Winter 2013 in Concord and Lee, NH
2-page handout with basic description and images explaining both GIS and GPS. Includes links to the NH state GIS database, NH's free online mapping program and the UNH Cooperative Extension GIS/GPS training center.
Learn GIS basics and how to use ArcGIS 9! These workshop materials are useful for people who have no prior GIS experience, but would like to become familiar with GIS concepts and basic techniques.
These workshop materials cover the use of co-occurrence analysis, both simple and weighted, for compositing a variety of data layers to make important natural resource and societal decisions.
These materials designed for educators and others interested in exploring natural and societal resources using Geographic Information System (GIS) technology. The course combines learning about natural resource management and community planning with developing skills in ArcView 3.3 GIS software. Exercises cover how to map natural resources and community assets while exploring protection strategies for their communities.
CommunityViz Scenario 360 is a software tool designed to help communities and regional planners quantify, visualize, and better understand the trade-offs of alternate land use futures at the community, watershed, or site scale. It is now being utilized by a number of regional planning agencies and communities in NH, and interest in its use is expected to increase as it is used in numerous community-level buildouts around the country.
ModelBuilder is a feature of ArcGIS that provides much of the flexibility of a programming language without requiring any familiarity with programming. These workshops materials introduce ArcGIS users to ModelBuilder basics: how it works, how models can be created, edited and used to automate repetitive tasks or to run complex analyses.
These workshop materials are designed for anyone interested in getting a basic introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and learning how to make maps of NH online. The materials focus on NH’s free online GIS mapper (the NH GRANIT Data Mapper).
Take a variety of full-functioned, free GIS programs for a test drive! This manual bulids on basic concepts from GIS 101: Learning to Map in the Digital Age by giving participants a chance get their hands dirty making maps with free GIS software.
Learn to bring GPS data into Google Earth and Google Maps, and just as easily, put features from those maps into your GPS! This workshop builds on basic concepts from GPS Basics by providing exploring the ways in which GPS can be used in combination with Google mapping software.
GPS I covers the basics of GPS technology, how to collect waypoints and how to navigate to points you have collected. Introductory presentations explain the technology behind GPS, while the exercises go into details about the use of handheld GPS receivers. GPS & You I: GPS Basics is the first of the series (followed by GPS II: Pictures, Points & Places and GPS III: Tracks & Routes).
GPS II covers downloading GPS data from your GPS unit on to your computer for use in GIS programs and Google Earth. In addition, the materials cover the collection of digital photos in conjunction with GPS points, providing an interactive map of your pictures in GIS and Google Earth. GPS & You I: GPS Basics is the first of the series (followed by GPS II: Pictures, Points & Places and GPS III: Tracks & Routes).
GPS III covers more sophisticated navigation and data collection. After a brief orientation to tracks and routes, the workshop materials focus on learning to collect tracks (including lines and areas) and to navigate along previously collected tracks (lines) and routes (a series of points). Trimble Mission Planning software is also discussed. GPS & You I: GPS Basics is the first of the series (followed by GPS II: Pictures, Points & Places and GPS III: Tracks & Routes).
These materials cover how to use mapping quality GPS units to collect GIS data! This exercises walk you through the steps necessary to collect GPS data using Trimble Pro XR receivers. GPS data can be combined with other geographic data using GIS to provide a new and more informative way to map your community.
Learn the basics of working with ArcGIS 9.3 in a hands-on learning environment! These workshop materials will be useful for people who have no prior GIS experience, as well as those who have used ArcView 3.x, but are new to ArcGIS. With a focus on New Hampshire data and applications, these materials cover how to use ArcGIS 9.x to produce attractive, effective maps.
These workshop materials cover the basics of working with ArcView 3.3! This course is useful for people who have no prior GIS experience. With a focus on New Hampshire data and applications, the exercises cover how to use ArcView 3.3 to produce attractive, effective maps. These materials are based on an older version of ESRI's GIS software. For materials on the current versions, please see Introduction to ArcGIS.
Learn how to make interactive and 3D maps using free Google mapping tools! These workshop materials explore the basics of Google Earth and Google Maps with a special focus on creating your own maps to share with others.
Learn how to make online, interactive maps using free Google mapping tools! These workshop materials explore the basics of Google My Maps with a special focus on creating your own maps to share with others.
This workshop builds on basic concepts from Making Maps the Google Way by providing more advanced techniques for creating Mashup maps using Google tools.
These materials describe the process of mapping important wildlife habitat using ArcView 3.3. This workshop was taught by UNH Cooperative Extension prior to the release of the NH Wildlife Action Plan, but is no longer taught.
This manual includes step-by-step exercises for using Garmin 76 GPS units and free software to collect GPS coordinates which are automatically linked to digital images captured at those points. This workshop has been replaced by GPS & You II: Pictures, Points & Places, which are is available for download.
Learn to how to map trails using handheld GPS units! This workshop builds on basic concepts from GPS Basics to provide all of the info and skills you need for your trail mapping project!
Exercises cover how to use the ArcGIS Spatial Analyst extension to display and manipulate data such as the NH Land Cover data and Digital Elevation Models (DEMs). In addition to developing familiarity with these data layers, participants will learn how to apply these tools and data to watershed issues. ArcHydro is introduced in this course and used for watershed delineation.
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