Information Synthesis

Spatial Data Analysis

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Most conservation problems are larger than the work area of any one agency, state, or stakeholder group. Each group tends to collect information at their own scale of operations and no larger. CSI helps evaluate information at the full extent of any problem by consolidating information from multiple groups and placing It in ecological context. CSI's information syntheses are comprehensive and inter-disciplinary, providing a rich baseline of information on species, habitats, threats, and management alternatives for discussion among managers, stakeholders, and agencies.

If pictures are worth a thousand words, maps can read like novels. Spatial data analyses can bring unparalleled depth to resource management problem definition and help find actionable paths toward real-world solutions. Conservation Science institute builds comprehensive Geographic Information Systems that can be customized to meet the needs of different types of partnerships working on any kind of large-scale resource management or biodiversity conservation problem.