Natural Resources

The increased loss of natural areas poses an increasing threat to natural resources such as forests, riparian areas, and wildlife. Preservation of these natural resources for current and future generations is critical to a sustainable environment and the foundation for a full range of outdoor activities. Use ArcGIS Solutions to conserve and manage natural resources, protect and conserve fish and wildlife populations, promote outdoor recreational opportunities, and ensure sustainable commercial uses of natural resources.

Evaluate dam safety

Dam Safety
Dam Safety

Dam Safety can be used to routinely inspect dams to ensure the dams they regulate are in good condition and provide the service for which they were intended.

Assess environmental impact

Environmental Analysis
Environmental Analysis

Environmental Analysis can be used to evaluate and understand environmental impacts of proposed development projects and solicit feedback from stakeholders.

Promote recreation opportunities

Recreation Outreach
Recreation Outreach

Recreation Outreach can be used to increase participation in outdoor activities and understand recreation license trends.

Monitor conservation easements

Conservation Easement Monitoring
Conservation Easement Monitoring

Conservation Easement Monitoring can be used to routinely inspect conservation easements and monitor conservation easement programs.

Manage protected areas

Conservation Outreach
Conservation Outreach

Conservation Outreach can be used to track wildlife conflicts and engage stakeholders in and around protected areas.

Protection Operations
Protection Operations

Protection Operations can be used to track poaching or illegal activity and monitor the status of protection operations in and around protected areas.

Wildlife Management
Wildlife Management

Wildlife Management can be used to capture wildlife observations and monitor the status of wildlife populations in and around protected areas.

Conduct photo surveys

Wildlife Photo Survey
Wildlife Photo Survey

Wildlife Photo Survey can be used to publish photos collected from camera traps and conduct surveys that may identify animals in their natural habitat.

Engage the public

Community Science
Community Science

Community Science can be used to solicit plant and animal observations from community scientists, manage each observation, and monitor community science programs.