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Meet the New CTECO - Home to CT's Natural Resource Maps

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Connecticut Environmental Conditions Online or CTECO is the state's home to natural resource based geospatial data. The website has been revamped with a new look and new viewers to make the data easier to find and use for everyone from the casual user to the geospatial wizard. It is also the home to the State's new (2016) high resolution (3 inch) imagery.

This webinar will highlight the new features of the site and how to navigate it.

Running Time: 00:48:00


Presenter:

Emily Wilson, Geospatial Educator
emily.wilson@uconn.edu

Emily's Bio

Emily Wilson is the Geospatial Technology Specialist for the NEMO program. Since joining UConn in 2000, her role has been to provide GIS remote sensing information and support to the NEMO project, the Geospatial Training program and other related research and outreach efforts. She also does a significant amount of web work with the goal of providing easy access to geospatial information and maps.

Emily is a graduate of Connecticut College with a BA in environmental science and botany. She received her M.S. in forestry and remote sensing from the University of Maine.