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Geospatial Data Working Group
Chair: Joseph Young, State Planning Office (SPO)
Dan Walters, USGS, Board member; Greg Davis, Board member; Nancy Armentrout, Board member; Elizabeth Hertz, SPO; Tom Marcotte, Maine Dept of Transportation (MDOT); Janet Parker, SPO; Don Katnik, Inland Fisheries & Wildlife (IF&W); Brian Norris, James W. Sewall Co.; Claire Kiedrowski, Kappa Mapping; Tanya Johnson, MDOT
The Mission of the Geospatial Data Work Group is to design appropriate geospatial data standards and define the geospatial data needs and flows between all levels of government, the private sector and academia to permit the ongoing acquisition of multi- purpose geospatial data for Maine. The workgroup will seek out a strong coalition of state, local, federal, private and non-profit partnerships to achieve this mission.
Chair: Dan Walters, USGS, Board member
Sarah Tucker, Town of Bethel; Tom Marcotte, MDOT; Brett Horr, Town of York; Greg Miller, Maine Forest Service; John Root, City of Rockland; Larry Harwood, MEGIS; Brian Norris, James W. Sewall Co; Ken Murchison, NMDC, Board member; Sean Gambrel, City of Bangor
The mission of the orthoimagery sub-group is to develop a program that leverages federal, state, local and private funding to provide statewide high resolution orthoimagery on an ongoing basis. The Geolibrary’s goal is to establish a program that will provide this valuable data resource at a lower per square mile cost, at higher resolution and on a more regular schedule than could be accomplished by ad hoc projects of limited geographic area and funding.
Click the following link to view a brief PowerPoint presentation summarizing Maine's orthoimagery program
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