GIS Assessment of Bull Trout Habitat on the Methow

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by CLO, Jun 6, 2012.

  1. CLO

    CLO Boats and cohos

    Hey guys, I did this for a final project in my GIS class. Basically, it's assessing Methow River subbasins on a couple important habitat criteria.

  2. Stonefish

    Stonefish Triploid, Humpy & Seaplane Hater

    Very nice work.
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  3. Abomb

    Abomb Active Member

    Very cool!
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  4. The Duke

    The Duke Been around

    Thank you for the informative report!
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  5. Gary Thompson

    Gary Thompson dirty dog

    Good job, well done!!!!!
  6. CLO

    CLO Boats and cohos

    Thanks guys! The full report on the website has a lot of "interesting" data too. Also I'm looking for a GIS job in the region so if any of you know of any opportunities I would love to hear about them. Thanks,

  7. Freestone

    Freestone Not to be confused with freestoneangler

    Thank you for the great info! Hopefully your hard work benefits you and the bull trout. Best of luck!
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  8. CLO

    CLO Boats and cohos

    Thanks, I hope so too.
  9. Very cool. Nice to see fellow GIS people on this site as well. Nicely made maps and analysis. I hope you are able to pass the data onto group that could use it for restoration purposes.
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  10. faulke

    faulke bozone transplant

    Nice work man! I'm hoping to take a few GIS courses soon.
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  11. Lugan

    Lugan Joe Streamer

    This one deserves a click on the original post's "like" button. Great job!
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  12. Ryan Higgins

    Ryan Higgins Active Member

    Very cool deal! Great use of your skills in combination with a passion for the fish. Good read, bookmarked. I also enjoy the well cited sources, stuff to read or re-read in the future!
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  13. jwg

    jwg Active Member

    Where does one take GIS courses

    What prerequisites are needed?

  14. CLO

    CLO Boats and cohos

    I took them as part of a GIS minor at WWU but I know UW has a program as well. Prerequisites are some basic stats classes, map reading classes and geography classes.
  15. UW has a certificate program as well as a masters program. Green River Community College has an certificate and associates degree available. I am not sure what schools on the east side of the state offer GIS but I assume WSU has some kind of program in place.
  16. WSU does have a set of GIS courses
  17. Brett Angel

    Brett Angel Member

    CWU has a GIS program.
  18. CLO

    CLO Boats and cohos

    UW has a master program as well
  19. Yeah they do. I'm actually enrolled in it right now. Penn State and USC also
    have masters programs that cover GIS.
  20. CLO

    CLO Boats and cohos

    Unfortunately, I had to sell out and get a job outside of the Fisheries. Still keeping my eye for GIS jobs relating to fish habitat though.