Exploring with GIS: Community Based Conservation

Exploring with GIS: Community Based Conservation

Primatologist and conservation hero, Jane Goodall, took her work from observation and research to conservation and activism when she saw the effects of deforestation first hand. Through app-based data collection, mapping, and collaboration with the Jane Goodall Institute, local forest monitors are able to generate maps to monitor and protect their forests for generations to come.

Grades

12

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Esri2
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Esri Eastern Africa,
The Jane Goodall Institute,
NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio,
Lilian Pinea, JGI
Blue Raster,
USAID,
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Last Updated

May 13, 2022

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