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HIGICC Luncheon Series - Thurs Sept. 25, 2008

  • 25 Sep 2008
  • 12:00 PM - 12:59 PM
  • NOAA Pacific Services Center, 737 Bishop Street – Pacific Guardian Mauka Tower, Suite 2250
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  • Non-Members

Who: Jamie Carter and Christine Feinholz - The NOAA Pacific Services Center


What: The NOAA Pacific Services Center - New Data, Relevant Tools, and Useful Training


The NOAA Pacific Services Center (PSC) supports Pacific Island coastal resource management efforts through geospatial data sharing, tools, training, and technical support.   Several new products and services at PSC can assist coastal communities in  effectively managing their resources.  The NOAA Coastal Change Analysis Program (C-CAP) has recently developed high-resolution land cover datasets for O`ahu, Maui, Moloka`i, Lana`i, and Kaho`olawe as well as Guam.  Used in conjunction with tools like the NOAA Nonpoint Source Pollution and Erosion Comparison Tool (N-SPECT), these locally relevant datasets help coastal managers by improving information for decisions.  This presentation will showcase the many geospatial products and services offered to the public in order to promote the stewardship of our coastal resources.


Where: NOAA Pacific Services Center, 737 Bishop StreetPacific Guardian Mauka Tower, Suite 2250

Public parking is available at Alii Place (1099 Alakea) for approximately $1.50/hour


When: Thursday, September 25 12-1pm


Why: To learn about what others are working on and to talk story


How Much:  HIGICC Members - $10; Non Members - $15.  Cash or check payments will be accepted at the door.  Registration


Box lunches will be ordered through Paradise Café.  Choices are Turkey/Bacon/Avocado, Vegetarian or Ham&Cheese.  You can make your selection when you register. 

NOTE:  This is the first attempt at using an online registration and payment system.  You can pay via Paypal or in person.  HIGICC is trying something new to make the geospatial community stronger.

Click on the images below to view the full image. Thank you to Dr. Jason Levy and his colleagues from academia and industry for their contributions and his students at the University of Hawaii at Mānoa, University of Hawaii Hilo and University of Hawaii West Oahu for their time and effort on their research

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