Intermediate GIS


Intermediate GIS is a three-hour lecture and three-hour of laboratory course per week. Prerequisites: ESRM 328- Introduction to GIS. This class continues the study of concepts and techniques of geographic information systems, with special emphasis on environmental issues at multiple spatial scales. Includes an introduction to ArcPro, StoryMap, ArcCollector, Survey123, spatial statistics, remote sensing, and LiDAR data.


Example Story Map Projects

Hildago, Emily. (2017). The Verity’s Liveforever: Analyzing Suitable Habitat and Identifying Recreational Threats in the Western Santa Monica Mountains.

Van Heerden, V., Coty, A., and Morris, S. (2017). How to Manage a Sinking Island.

Barton, R., and Hennigan, K. (2017). Geospatial Analysis of the San Joaquin Kit Fox.

Palasik, S., Moore, A., Arbogast, M. (2017). CSU Channel Islands Phenology Project.

Shepherd, A., Barron, K., and Pascal, M. (2017). CSU Channel Islands Road Kill

Swann, F., Ceja, A., Domingo, M. (2017. Long Grade Creek Restoration.

Spring 2018 Story Map Projects

Beach Management

Central Coast Birding Trail

Raptors not Rodenticides

Rindge Dam Removal Project

Matilija Dam Removal

Surfers’ Point Managed Retreat Project


Ventura Land Trust: Willoughby Preserve Restoration

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