Lake Superior Decision Support Systems: GIS Databases and Decision Support Systems for Land utilization Planning

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Lake Prevalent Choice Emotionally supportive networks: GIS Databases and Choice Emotionally supportive networks for Area use Arranging. George Host Lucinda Johnson Carl Richards Common Assets Research Foundation College of Minnesota - Duluth. Mike Koutnik ESRI. Patrick Collins MN Dept. of Characteristic Assets.

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Lake Superior Decision Support Systems: GIS Databases and Decision Support Systems for Land utilize Planning George Host Lucinda Johnson Carl Richards Natural Resources Research Institute University of Minnesota - Duluth Mike Koutnik ESRI Patrick Collins MN Dept. of Natural Resources

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Lake Superior Basin - Economy Forestry and backwoods items enterprises rule the Lake Superior bowl's economy. Interest for tourism and relaxation exercises is supplanting mining and different past benefactors to the locale's economy, with a related increment being developed to use this request. The bowl is exceedingly multi-jurisdictional 2 Federal governments 3 States ~15 districts Many townships Numerous tribal governments

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Lake Superior Basin - Ecology The Basin is a one of a kind harbor of biodiversity on an overall premise, with the best biodiversity is thought along beach front shores and wetlands. The Basin's characteristic assets are progressively in strife with both ranger service and improvement. Also, progressively, the three are in strife at a given place at the same time.

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Objectives of LSDSS To give clients information and apparatuses they can apply to nearby land and asset choices. Give a setting to neighborhood choices that outcomes in long haul supportability and stewardship over the bowl.

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Objectives - Data Develop consistent, meso-scale GIS layers of the Lake Superior Basin Provide for conveyance of information and metadata by means of the Internet and CD-ROMs

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Objectives - Tools Develop and test choice bolster devices for nearby chiefs for land utilize issues. Create and send interpretive stands with Lake Superior geographic data for use by occupants and guests to the Lake Superior Basin.

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Expected Results GIS applications and databases will accommodate investigation, evaluation and approach improvement at neighborhood and territorial scales

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Expected Results GIS applications and databases will accommodate examination, appraisal and strategy advancement at nearby and local scales concurrent thought of biological, monetary, and social viewpoints

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Expected Results GIS applications and databases will accommodate investigation, appraisal and arrangement improvement at neighborhood and provincial scales synchronous thought of environmental, financial, and social perspectives forecast of future conditions, in view of PC models and extrapolation of flow patterns

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Spatial Data Issues Data sources, metadata quality, characterization frameworks, and determination vary crosswise over state and national limits consistent maps are regularly hard to build

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Spatial Data Issues Accessibility contrasts by informational collection WI wetland stock and numerous Canadian informational indexes are subsidized by cost-recuperation components Many informational indexes require prohibitive authorizing understandings Distribution strategies not entrenched

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Geology Bathymetry Elevation Watershed Boundaries Climate Database Catalog – Physical elements

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Presettlement Vegetation Contemporary Land Cover Wetland Inventory Forest Cover Detailed Landsat grouping Forest Inventory FIA information focuses Database Catalog – Vegetation Layers

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Soils Hydrography Ecological Classification Natural Areas Protected zones (SNAs and so forth) Critical living spaces Database Catalog – Ecological Layers

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Political limits Transportation Census Land Ownership Database Catalog – Social Layers City Lights: Time-coordinated Irradiance (Defense Meteorological Satellite Program)

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Integration of GIS and Decision Support Tools We need to foresee the outcomes of land utilize choices Allow "Imagine a scenario where" situations with guide yields Provide assessments of the certainty of these expectations Platform: Ecosystem Management Decision Support (EMDS) framework Integrates ARCVIEW GIS with the Netweaver learning base and induction motor http://www.fsl.orst.edu/emds

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White Pine influenced by: Climate Regional & Microclimate GIS-based Decision Support for White Pine Management

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White Pine influenced by Climate Topography Slope and Aspect GIS-based Decision Support for White Pine Management

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White Pine influenced by Climate Topography Slope and Aspect Distance to Water Blister rust frequency GIS-based Decision Support for White Pine Management

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The Decision Support System needs to incorporate the diverse spatial layers to anticipate site appropriateness over the scene Boolean (And/Or) Logic Fuzzy Logic The data sources and yields for the choice model are geographic information layers GIS-based Decision Support for White Pine Management

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Lake Superior Pilot Projects Prototype concentrates that coordinate geographic data with models or choice bolster apparatuses to address a nearby issue. Intended to recognize the datasets, diagnostic procedures, instructive endeavors, and institutional game plans required to encourage handy privately based land-utilize arranging.

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Pilot Project I - Miller Creek Issue: Stormwater administration in a urban stream Designated trout stream Intensive shopping center improvement in watershed

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Miller Creek Stormwater Modeling Use EPA SWMM model to: Simulate hydrology Identify overflow amount and quality issues Identify information holes

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Miller Creek Hydrograph Predicted and watched release from center reach of Miller Creek.

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Miller Creek create "consider the possibility that" situations to distinguish subwatersheds touchy to improvement

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Comparison of hydrographs above and beneath shopping center advancement zone on Miller Creek.

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Pilot Project II – Landuse arranging in northern Wisconsin Create a CD-ROM based instructive device for neighborhood (township/province) organizers and national gatherings Includes: geographic information particular to the district methodology required in the arranging procedure cases of statute dialect

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Pilot Project II – Landuse arranging in northern Wisconsin

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Land Use Planning Issues & Concerns Timber administration hones Erosion and dregs control Conservation/safeguarding of wetlands Tax evaluation of wetlands and untamed life zones Loss of farming area to different uses Urban sprawl Maintaining a country character and personal satisfaction

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Land Use Planning CD Spatial information arrive utilize transportation waterways and lakes normal components political limits Etc.

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Land Use Planning CD Planning apparatuses case overviews mandates dialect zoning approaches Development/safeguarding methodologies Other lawful instruments that a nearby government could tailor to its needs

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Land Use Planning CD L andscape design : air photograph or line drawing cases of various situations representing lodging thickness and examples (bunched or scattered) riparian cushions Intent – indicate future scene may look like under specific administration procedures

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Lake Superior Decision Support Systems is subsidized by the US EPA Coastal Environmental Management Program through the MN Dept of Natural Resources www.nrri.umn.edu/lsgis

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