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Jobe3
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06/14/10 09:30 PM
Is GIS good for Wildlife/Fish Biologists? Report this article as Inappropriate to us !!!Login to Reply

I am (very) new to GIS. I am looking to obtain a position as a Wildlife Biologist and to help me do that I am considering taking an online course. My hope is the GIS degree or certificate will make me more competitive.


I have a BS in Fish and Wildlife Management from Montana State and I am currently working full-time for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife in hatcheries. Any tips or info on GIS usefullness in biology/research applications? Or tips on online programs that would be good for said careers?


Thanks





Andrew1000
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10/13/10 02:45 AM
Re: Is GIS good for Wildlife/Fish Biologists? new [re: Jobe3]Report this article as Inappropriate to us !!!Login to Reply

Hi,


It might be worth you looking into colour infrared imagery. This data is capable of vegetation monitoring but can also be used to determine some degree of water quality.






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