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GIS Method Helps Capture Wildlife Data

outlook-newsletter-summer-2010-issue-31-1-1Using GIS technology, our team has developed an innovative GIS methodology used to capture and analyze wildlife data. In June, Church Roberts, Director of Environmental Services, presented this methodology for conducting hazard wildlife assessments at airports to a crowd of more than 300 wildlife experts and airport officials from around the world at the 12th Annual Bird Strike Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Church will also be moderating “Wildlife Assessments and Airport Wildlife Hazard Management Plans: What Every Airport Manager Should Know!” at the 2010 Florida Airports Council (FAC) – 41st Annual Conference & Exposition, the largest single-state aviation conference in the United States, August 8-11 in Tampa, Florida.

For more information on wildlife assessments using GIS methodology, please contact Church Roberts at 239.461.2464 or mkt@johnsoneng.com.