The Importance of Mapping Cultural Resources
Instructor: Deidre McCarthy, GISP
Free 60-minute, on-demand training course
Mapping cultural resources expands traditional documentation means. Review why the use of geographic information systems (GIS) are important to cultural resource management, inventory creation, and compliance with historic preservation legislation. Examine available data sources and the sharing and securing of cultural resource spatial data. Consider GIS tools that assist in historic preservation work, including story maps, mobile GIS applications, and integrating historic maps, LiDAR, and GPS.
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