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GIS Day 2022

Geographic Information Systems

This page was designed to support our Annual GIS Day Celebration.

Scroll down below to enjoy a few key resources for K12 Educators on how to Get Started Using GIS!

Mapping Wetlands on Maui

Mapping Wetlands on Maui

Robin Knox, Water Quality Consulting Inc.
Modelinbg Sea Level Rise

Modeling Sea Level Rise in Hawai'i

Diana Papini Warren, Learning Endeavors
Relevant Resources
- Modeling Sea Level Rise StoryMap

GIS Science in Seabird Conservation

Jenni Learned, Maui Nui Seabird Recovery Project
Seabird Conservation
'Ua'u Kani Coloring page
Click to download the coloring page.

Changing Islands & Imagery Analysis

Katie Ornelas, Learning Endeavors
Changing Islands & imagery Analysi

Groundwater and Salmon in California

Karlee Liddy, UC Santa Cruz Graduate School
Coastal Policy

Saving Hawai'i Forest Birds

Roy Gilb, Kaua'i Forest Bird Recovery Project
Forest Birds

Saving Hawai'i Forest Birds

Additional GIS Resources

My Watershed StoryMap

(Made by Learning Endeavors, For Educational Use in Hawai'i)




Hawai'i Hamakua


Walkability StoryMap

(Made by Joseph Kerski, ESRI Educational Manager)

World Imagery Wayback - Living Atlas

(As seen in the "Changing Islands & Imagery Analysis" presentation)

From ESRI:
Environmental Systems Research Institute Inc.

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More Resources

Get Started with ArcGIS Online Today!

Create a free account to begin building a map!


Check out this Resource, too, from Dr. Kerski at ESRI

FUN Geospatial Activities & Puzzles

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