Skip to content. Skip to navigation

Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Sections

Community Mapping Network

A online platform for species atlas data entry and integration to support Canadian communities in sustainable land use planning.

Community Mapping Network

The Community Mapping Network (CMN) helps communities in British Columbia and Canada map sensitive habitats and species distribution. Information is integrated from many sources to assist landuse planning and is freely available in over fifty user friendly atlases. The atlases have links to local and remote databases, WMS sources and geo-referenced video. The CMN supports Sensitive Habitat Inventory and Mapping (SHIM) projects and provides customized data entry, digitizing and other tools. By providing accurate and up to date information, the CMN and its many partners will help plan sustainable communities.

 

Open the Community Mapping Network website

 

Keywords:

Topic - community based mapping

Audience - local communities & local governments

Location - Canada, British Columbia, Pacific Northwest

Goals - information to plan sustainable communities

 

Contacts:

Rob Knight, Director  email Rob

  604 738-2456

Brad Mason, Director  email Brad

  604 666-7015

Citizen science, volunteer monitoring, participatory action research... this site supports organizers of all initiatives where public participants are involved in scientific research.

More about this...