Building Tools for Collaborative Conservation

Building Tools for Collaborative Conservation

Maps of a species’ range can be very coarse–the resolution of whole counties or even states–but that’s usually not very useful for detailed planning and development. So researchers spend a great deal of time refining maps that reflect a species’ habitat and the areas it inhabits in detail. It’s not hard to see why refined range maps are so important to conservation work, espcially after you check out this blog post here.

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Sasha Patsel
Web Developer

As a Web Developer in the Center for Conservation Innovation at Defenders, Sasha builds web-based applications designed to advance conservation science.