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Fish and Wildlife Mapping: Tools everyone should know about
Do you want to be able to access fish and wildlife data for your projects? Or create maps with fish and wildlife locations? Join Ministry of Environment & Climate Change Strategy Fish and Wildlife Information Specialist Albert Chirico, R.P.Bio. to learn about data standards and requirements for submitting fish and wildlife data, a demonstration of BC Government digital libraries (CLIR, EcoCat and SIWE) and spatial tools (Habitat Wizard, iMap), and a look into what the future holds.

Feb 28, 2018 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Albert Chirico, R.P.Bio.
Fish and Wildlife Information Specialist @Ministry of Environment & Climate Change Strategy
Over his 20 years of experience, Albert has worked on and managed a multitude of fish and wildlife inventory projects, helped establish protective areas in the Kootenays, and helped develop the Provincial Reconnaissance Fish Inventory Standards. Currently, Albert works for the Province in managing Provincial fish and wildlife inventory standards, data, tools and applications.