2013 Esri Forestry GIS Conference

01 2013 Esri Forestry GIS Conference: Welcome and Opening Remarks

2013 Esri Forestry GIS Conference: Welcome and Opening Remarks

Esri president and founder Jack Dangermond gives his opening remarks for the 2013 Esri Forestry GIS Conference.

02 Addressing Business Challenges with Changing Geospatial Technology - a TIMO Perspective

Addressing Business Challenges with Changing Geospatial Technology - a TIMO Perspective

Brent Keefer of Hancock Natural Resource Group discusses how geospatial technology helps meet the challenges of the timberland investment management organization (TIMO) business model.

03 Monitoring Reporting and Verification System for REDD+ in Guyana

Monitoring Reporting and Verification System for REDD+ in Guyana

Haimwant Persaud of the Guyana Forestry Commission discusses Guyana’s system for monitoring forest carbon emissions.

04 Forests in a Broader Context: The Three Basins Initiative

Forests in a Broader Context: The Three Basins Initiative

Dr. D. James Baker, director of the Global Carbon Measurement Program of the William J. Clinton Foundation reviews the progress that the Three Basins countries are making, the state of financing for forests, and the approaches that are being taken internationally for large-scale partnerships.

05 Creating Value from America's Forest Census

Creating Value from America's Forest Census

Richard Guldin of the USDA Forest Service speaks about the Forest Inventory and Analysis program, which tracks the health and productivity of US forests.

06 Using GIS to Support Decision Making for Texas Forest Managers

Using GIS to Support Decision Making for Texas Forest Managers

Thomas Boggus, Texas State Forester and Director of Texas A&M Forest Service, shares how his organization implemented an enterprise GIS.