Panamapping: GIS for Conservation Science

Dan Klooster, et al., University of Redlands; Experience Mamoní; and Fundación Geoversity

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Geographic information system (GIS) technology supports conservation goals in Panama by revealing how physical features of the landscape interact with current and historical human uses of the land, allowing conservation managers to visualize and communicate processes of forest change, locate critical areas, and plan conservation activities.

Browse this gallery of Story Maps, web mapping apps, journal articles, and other digital resources supporting the scientific research presented in this chapter of the Esri Press book GIS for Science: Applying Mapping and Spatial Analytics.