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Outreach and Training

Southeast Alaska Geospatial Discussion Group

The Southeast Alaska GIS User Group (SEAGUG) is a collection of people in Juneau who share an interest in GIS or other spatial analysis topics. SEAGUG coordinates a bi-monthly speaker for the group to give a presentation on work they have done that has a spatial component. Past topics have ranged from kriging methods to avalanche forecasting and technical levels vary considerably.

Cross Boundary Data Integration

SEALAB has cooperated with the Alaska Coastal Rainforest Center to lead workshops in the integration of cross-boundary geospatial and climate data sets in support of regional conservation applications in the coastal temperate rainforest zone of Southeast Alaska and British Columbia.

Alpine Ecosystem Research Initiative of Alaska (AERIAL)

The University of Alaska Southeast and Alaska Department of Fish & Game have initiated a research group to stimulate collaborative and multi-disciplinary research in the alpine/subalpine zone of Southeast Alaska, as well as explore the impacts of climate change in this zone.

The Southeast Alaska GIS Library

The Southeast Alaska GIS Library is a multi-agency project established to promote the use of regional geospatial data and applications to further research and improve management of public resources in Southeast Alaska. In addition, the GIS Library provides a framework for coordinating the acquisition and sharing of spatial data between the public, researchers, educators, and managers. It also provides a forum for discussing regional data standards, future data needs, and opportunities for collaboration.