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Wednesday, March 27 • 08:00 - 17:30
Story Maps & Posters

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Posters
Professional
  • “Data Management Supporting Decision Making on Wildland Fires” (Andrew Bailey)
  • “NHDPlus High Resolution” (Ariel Doumbouya, Karen Adkins, Ellen Finelli, Becci Anderson, Alan Rea, Hayley Thompson)
  • “Decoding NHD’s VisibilityFilter Attribute: What is it, Where is it Available, and What is the Accuracy?” (Hayley Thompson, Larry Stanislawski, Travis Landauer)
Student
  •  “Investigating Water Rights and Stream Flows in Over-Allocated Streams in Montana” (Corey Hall)
  •  “Canyoneering: Rewards, Risks and Rescue” (Miranda Manning)

Story Maps
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Student
  • “A Closer Look: Mass Shootings in America” (Lisa Juru)





Presenters
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Alan Rea

US Geological Survey, USGS National Geospatial Program
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Andrew Bailey

Data Manager
Andrew is Data Manager for the WFM RD&A, and works at the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise, ID. His interest is in responding to the data acquisition, coordination, and analysis needs of the interagency wildland fire community, including oversight of the data sets used in... Read More →
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Ariel Doumbouya

US Geological Survey
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B. T. Crosby

Professor, Idaho State University
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Becci Anderson

US Geological Survey
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Bo Wilmer

Program Manager, Critigen
National Forest PlanningStory Maps / AGOLConservationEcology
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Corey Hall

Student, University of Montana
Corey is currently earning her Bachelor of Science degree in Resource Conservation while also minoring in Ecological Restoration and obtaining the GIS certification in the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation. She was born and raised in Missoula, Montana and graduated... Read More →
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Cyndi Andersen

GIS Manager, Bannock County
Cyndi Andersen is the GIS Manager for Bannock County, in Pocatello, ID.  She has a Bachelor's degree in Technology and Management w/GIS Minor, was GISP certified in 2014, and has an Associate's degree in Civil Engineering.  Previously, she has worked for the Cities of Hillsboro... Read More →
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Darci Heckathorne

Pest Survey Coordinator, Idaho Department of Agriculture
Hi my name is Darcy Heckathorne, I was born and raised in Twin Falls, Idaho.  I moved to Boise, Idaho to attend Boise State University.  While I was going to school I met and married my husband of 30 years Shawn Heckathorne who was stationed in Mountain Home, Idaho with United States... Read More →
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Ellen Finelli

US Geological Survey
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Hayley Thompson

US Geological Survey
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Heather Studley

Heather Studley is a GIS Specialist for Bannock County, in Pocatello, ID. Heather has a Bachelor’s of Science in Ecology (2004) and Post-Bachelorette Certificates in GeoTechnologies and Computer Information Systems from ISU. She is a ‘Jack-of-all-trades’, having a variety of... Read More →
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Jeff Cook

Story Map - Professional, Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation
Story MapIdaho Trail Designations 1978 and 2017This story map shows U.S. Forest Service Trail Designations in 1978 and in 2017.The 2017 information was collected from the Idaho Trails Application dataset. The 1978 Travel Plan information was gathered from U.S. Forest Travel Plans... Read More →
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Karen Adkins

US Geological Survey
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Lisa Juru

Lisa Juru is a third year student currently studying Geospatial Computing at Brigham Young University - Idaho. She is dedicated in spreading awareness on GIS and how it can improve the lives of many.
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M. D. Blocker

Student, Idaho State University
M. Dalton Blocker is a recent graduate of the M.S. GIS program at Idaho State University who specializes in remote sensing, sUAS and has a strong background in Geology (B.S.) and Environmental systems.
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Miranda Manning

Story Map - Student, Brigham Young University - Idaho
Story MapCanyoneering: Rewards, Risks and RescueCanyoneering is growing in popularity in the western US as a thrilling adventure sport.  Slot canyons of the Colorado Plateau require navigating narrow obstacles, rappelling, and waterfall jumping.  While the sport entices adventurers... Read More →
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Pam Bond

Pam has been involved with the Idaho GIS community since she started her graduate program at Idaho State University - Boise Center Aerospace Lab, where she received her Masters of Science in Geographic Information Science.  From volunteering at conferences to chairing the Idaho Geospatial... Read More →


Wednesday March 27, 2019 08:00 - 17:30
Ballroom Red Lion Downtowner, 1800 W Fairview Ave