Digital Imaging and Planning Workshop
Learn how to use a new free tool to create land cover maps and plans for rural or urban landscapes! Participants will learn to use the new Land Image Analyst (LIA) tool to map land cover. This can be used for watershed planning, urban tree canopy maps, planning to reduce stormwater runoff problems and much more! Learn how to translate satellite imagery into useful maps!
When: April 8, 2019 1:00 – 4:30 p.m.
What: Learn how to make land cover maps using a new visual recognition tool – Land Image Analyst. The tool is free and so is the training! Advance registration is required as seats are limited.
Who: Users of Geographic Information Systems and Analysts, Land Planners, Watershed Managers. Attendees must bring own laptop, preferably with GIS installed.
Where: University of Virginia, UVa Library – Scholars’ Lab, Alderman Library Room 421, Charlottesville VA
Space is Limited: RSVP today and no later than April email@example.com
Sponsored by: Green Infrastructure Center, Chesapeake Bay Program and the University of Virginia.