NOAA's C-CAP Dataset and it's many uses. Webinar hosted by the HIGICC
This presentation will provide an overview of NOAA’s Coastal Change Analysis Program (C-CAP) land cover data products, the methods used to develop this data, and the current status of C-CAP's land cover update efforts for the state of Hawaii
Nationally standardized land cover and land cover change information for the coastal U.S., including Hawaii, are available from NOAA's Digital Coast website. These data products provide an inventory of intertidal areas, wetlands, and adjacent uplands. Most of the map products are updated every five years. High resolution land cover data are also available for selected areas, which is particularly helpful for smaller, enclosed geographies such as the Pacific Islands. This presentation will provide an overview of NOAA’s Coastal Change Analysis Program (C-CAP) land cover data products, the methods used to develop this data, and the current status of C-CAP's land cover update efforts for the state of Hawaii. Additionally, some of the various tools and technical assistance available for end users will be discussed.
Nate Herold is a Physical Scientist with the Geospatial Solutions Program at National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Office of Coastal Resource Management/Coastal Services Center. Nate has been with the Center for ten years, and manages the Coastal Change Analysis Program (C-CAP) land cover mapping program. He came to NOAA from the private sector, where he worked on mapping projects and the production of land cover data worldwide. He has a B.S. in Soil Science from The Pennsylvania State University, and a Master's degree in Geography from George Mason University.
Chris Robinson is a Senior Remote Sensing Analyst with The Baldwin Group on contract at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Office of Coastal Resource Management/Coastal Services Center. He has a B.S. in Geography from Frostburg State University, and a Master’s degree in Geography from the University of South Carolina. For over ten years, Chris has been working on projects related to land cover and benthic habitat data development. Chris currently serves as lead analyst on the Coastal Change Analysis Program (C-CAP) high resolution effort and has overseen and participated in the development of high spatial resolution land cover products for coastal geographies in the contiguous U.S., Hawaii and the Pacific and Caribbean territories.
Location: MEDB Malcolm Training Center, 1305 N. Holopono St., Suite 5, Kihei, Hawaii
Esri User Group Agenda
Royce Jones, Esri - Open Data (beta)
Sarah McLane, UHMC - New GIS Certificate Program
Isla Young, Women in Technology - STEM Hawaii Programs
HIGICC Maui Expo Agenda
Sam Aruch, Natural Resource Data Solutions, LLC
Karen Volarich, Ardent MC
John Fitzpatrick, UHMC, STEM Department
Chris Chiesa/Rich Nezelek, Pacific Disaster Center
Joe Breman, IUE
STEMworks, Student Online GIS Projects, King Kekaulike and Maui High School
Joan Delos Santos, Statewide GIS Modernization Project
To RSVP, please contact Isla Young at: email@example.com
Mapping and Visualizing Sea Level Rise and Coastal Flooding Impacts
Web presentation; September 17 at 10AM-11AM
The Sea Level Rise and Coastal Flooding Impacts Viewer is a national product produced by the NOAA Coastal Services Center and hosted on the Digital Coast website. The viewer serves as a helpful teaching and planning tool that lets users visualize potential impacts from sea level rise.
PRESENTER: Doug Marcy, Coastal Hazard Specialist, NOAA Coastal Services Center
Hawaii Land Surveyors Association
The 24th HLSA Annual Surveying Conference
Hilton Waikiki Beach Hotel
February 7 & 8, 2013
HIGICC & the Women In Technology (WIT) had a great GIS Day
Thursday, November 15th at the Bishop Museum.
October 24th, 10AM - 2PM
McCoy Pavilion, Ala Moana
Tech Mosaic - August 7th
PacIOOS - August 14th - recording
The Nature Conservancy - August 16th - recording
Pacific Disaster Center - August 21st - recording
Hawaii Biodiversity and Mapping - August 23rd
Spatial Data Analysis and Visualization Labs - August 28th - recording
Aloha from the new board.
Members are; Abe Coughlin, Malie Beach-Smith, Craig Clouet, Joan Delos Santos, Isla Young, Sam Aruch, Rich Nezelek. Missing from photo; Christin Reynolds, Dan McNulty-Huffman, Derek Masaki.
2012-2013 Officers; President Craig Clouet, Vice President Isla Young, Treasurer Malie Beach-Smith, Secretary Christin Reynolds
The Mark Lierman Memorial Scholarship Awards are two $1,000 scholarships that recognize deserving students who have demonstrated an appreciation for and understanding of geospatial data and geographic information systems (GIS). The deadline for applications has passed. The Scholarship Committee is reviewing the applications that were received and will pass on its recommendations to the Board in the next few weeks. This year's criteria can be viewed and downloaded here:
This years awards go to
Kathyrn Massaro (Undergraduate) & Erik Franklin (graduate)
Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference March 5-7, 2012
HIGICC, the Hawaii State GIS Program and the Hawaii Coastal Zone Management Program jointly sponsored the Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference which was held March 5-7, 2012 at the Hawaii Convention Center in Honolulu, Hawaii.
New versions of Hawaii Island and Oahu were released by the USGS in December 2011. The new versions contain updates to GNIS names and IDs.
The datasets are available for download in geographic coordinates at the National Hydrography Dataset’s Pre-Staged Subregions ftp site:
Reprojected datasets in UTMzone 4N are available from the Hawaii State GIS Program web site (http://hawaii.gov/dbedt/gis). Please contact Malie Beach-Smith (malie.beach-smith [at] doh.hawaii.gov) for assistance in obtaining reprojected datasets in Albers, State Plane, or others, or for comments and questions.
HIGICC is a private non-profit organization of professionals and students from the federal, state, county, education, and private sectors of Hawai'i's GIS community. Our goal is to provide coordination of GIS activities among a wide range of GIS users in order to avoid duplication of effort, promote data sharing, and maintain data standards throughout the state.
HIGICC strives to bring together and continue to build the geographic community into a cohesive, recognized coordinating body that facilitates the use, development, sharing, and management of geographic data and communicates the value of geographic information to citizens and decision-makers. In the State of Hawaii, GIS is recognized and effectively used as an invaluable tool by the government, business and the citizens for understanding and managing our aina (environment). The Hawaii GICC is a shared mechanism for the diverse community to identify, explore, and solve problems using geospatial technology and information.