New tutorial for creating digital Use-and-Occupancy maps from paper map biographies
Posted July 7th, 2010 by Greg Kehm
The AMN is pleased to announce a new resource for Indigenous cultural mapping practitioners:
Mapping Use and Occupancy Data: A Manual for Creating Digital Maps from Paper Maps
This tutorial outlines a technical GIS process for converting paper raw map biographies into digital maps and will be of interest to GIS practitioners working with Indigenous communities, land and resource managers and community mappers.
Currently the manual is developed for ESRI ArcGIS software, but plans are afoot to create a version for the Open Source GIS program QGIS.
Future revisions will also include an expanded cartography section and downloadable UOMS icons.
Click here to access the manual.