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Spatial Data Infrastructure
SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE
SPATIAL KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
SPATIAL ANALYSIS AND MODELING
SPATIAL DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS
SIMULATION AND VISUALIZATION
Compiling and structuring data to support research, modeling and analysis for enterprise operations. Building fundamental infrastructure for intranet and internet knowledge portals.
Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail
The Redlands Institute conducted a data inventory to identify sources of existing spatial and non-spatial data, compiled and delivered a set of 38 NPS geodatabases, that could be utilized for trail planning, trail management, resource protection, interpretation, and public outreach.
The Desert Tortoise Project (DTP)
The Desert Tortoise Project (DTP) at the University of Redlands, Redlands Institute (RI) was designed to provide better science-based estimates of desert tortoise populations, habitat, and threats generally within the West Mojave Recovery Unit (WMRU), and specifically, within the context of the proposed Fort Irwin NTC National Training Center (Fort Irwin NTC) expansion area.
The University of Redlands is conducting an ARO-sponsored investigation into several core areas of Geographic Information Science (GIScience). Building on the core platform of basic GIS research, the University proposes to test and refine advances in theory and methodology via direct participation to enhance actual projects with DOD installations and research facilities.
East Valley COMPASS
The Redlands Institute supported the City of Redlands Police Department in the design and implementation of their "East Valley Community Mapping, Planning and Analysis for Safety Strategies Program" (COMPASS) to facilitate collaborative and integrative intervention strategies.
Imperial Valley Spatial Data Infrastructure (IVSDI)
The Imperial Valley Spatial Data Infrastructure (IVSDI) Project supports the implementation of siltation and sedimentation total maximum daily load (TMDL) requirements in the Salton Sea watershed in California’s Imperial Valley. This project also supports local farmers and stakeholder groups to better monitor agricultural best management practices (BMPs), water quality, and non-point source (NPS) pollution sources.
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