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Conservation Technology – Fun With Databases and Maps to Ensure a Future for Cranes Around the World
Since 1995, the International Crane Foundation has been using geospatial tools to help us understand the ranges, habitats and the ecology of cranes around the world. Collecting these critical data involves a host of technology tools that have evolved over the years. In this webinar, we will talk about a few of the technologies we use to ensure a future for cranes. We will also discuss how we’re adapting that data to inform policy, collaborate with other researchers and inspire enthusiastic craniacs. Join us for a quick dive into how geospatial technology helps us save cranes around the world.

Aug 6, 2020 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Dorn Moore
Geospatial and Information Services Manager @International Crane Foundation
Dorn first joined the International Crane Foundation in 1999 as a GIS Associate working on land cover/land-use change analysis of the Zambezi Delta. From 2000 to 2006 Dorn led the GIS and Remote Sensing Lab at the Foundation contributing to projects in China, Southeast Asia, Mozambique and the United States. After working with the NOAA Coastal Services Center supporting conservation projects around the country and working as a GIS and IT contractor, Dorn returned to the International Crane Foundation in 2013. As the Geospatial and Information Systems Manager, Dorn works intensively on data management and analysis projects in North America and East Asia and supports international project staff in other regions. He is also responsible for many of the maps produced for publications and presentations. Dorn’s holds a BA from Beloit College in Anthropology and Spanish, an MA in Geography from The University of Arizona and an MS in Cartography and GIS from UW-Madison.