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Monday, October 29
 

1:30pm

3D Track. 3D Solar Rating for Cambridge Street Trees
AUTHORS: Katie Grillo, City of Cambridge, MA

ABSTRACT: The City of Cambridge has nearly 30,000 street trees that are maintained by the City's Department of Public Works (DPW). DPW was interested in reviewing their watering plans and also investigating tree mortality in relation to a tree's location. ArcGIS Pro tools and models were used with both LiDAR and 3D multipatch buildings to determine how much sunlight each street tree receives throughout the summer. As a way to make the results of this study more accessible to city staff, the solar rating is incorporated into the street tree data and displayed in a 3D web scene on ArcGIS Online.

Monday October 29, 2018 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Saratoga 1/2
 
Tuesday, October 30
 

8:30am

Lidar/3D Track. Topo and Bathymetric Lidar Capture for the City of New York
AUTHORS: Kristen Grady*, NYC DoITT; Jarlath ONeil-Dunne, UVM Spatial Analysis La; Drew Meren, Quantum Spatial; Michele Giorgianni, AppGeo

ABSTRACT: The City of New York has realized the importance of developing accurate and current elevation and land cover data in support of resiliency and green infrastructure initiatives. In 2010, the City acquired high accuracy, bare-earth processed Topographic LiDAR data for the full extent of New York City. This data was used to support a variety of projects such as coastal storm and sea level rise inundation, flood risk assessment, and mitigation, green infrastructure and tree canopy planning.

In 2017, the City began to collect new Bathymetric and updated Topographic LiDAR data. This new data will support City operations with data analysis, policymaking, resiliency and environmental planning. In addition, the use of the 2010 and 2017 data will be used to analyze how Hurricane Sandy and human interventions have recently altered the City’s landscape. Since 2010 the evolution of Aerial Bathymetric LiDAR (TopoBathy) has allowed for elevation data below certain depth of water in and around the City. In the Spring and Summer two aerial missions were set out onto the City to collect both the Topographic and TopoBathy LiDAR data. Collection was captured from 2 different planes. Coordination with the City, FAA, media, the weather and contractors required well organized procedures and systems between all involved. This abstract will look into these tasks during the scope development, coordination and acquisition stages.

Direct and derived products - land cover, tree canopy change, and Digital Elevation Models - will provide an unprecedented opportunity to analyze change and to support future resiliency planning.


Tuesday October 30, 2018 8:30am - 9:00am
Saratoga 1/2

10:30am

Natural Resources #1 Track. Don't Clam Up! Trend Analysis Everyone Can Use...a Shellfish Sanitation Case Study
AUTHORS: Melissa Albino Hegeman*, Matt Richards – NYSDEC Division of Marine Resources

ABSTRACT: Using ArcGIS Online allows the Shellfish Bureau at NYSDEC to easily keep an eye on all aspects of their operation. Marine Resources has been using ArcGIS to keep track of station locations, shellfish harvest zones and shellfishing closure locations for years. We are now using the analysis tools available through ArcGIS Online to add value: the data is easier to find, easier to understand, and more up to date. The operations dashboard allows staff to look at water quality trends both over time and across space. The ArcGIS Online tools allow all staff to work with the data from any computer without installing any extra software. The new “Shellfish Dashboard” integrates with existing water quality analysis, temperature and salinity readings to show everything in one view. It also allows staff to keep track of the number of sampling runs occurring and where, so they can quickly determine any deficiencies. This visual representation also allows decision makers to better understand shellfish closures in the context of other activities and proposed activities in the nearby area.

Tuesday October 30, 2018 10:30am - 11:00am
Broadway 1&2

11:00am

Natural Resources #1 Track. Creating Marine Vessel Activity Data Products from AIS
AUTHORS: Fontenault Jeremy, RPS; Daniel Martin, NOAA Office for Coastal Management; Jenna Ducharme*, RPS

ABSTRACT: Maritime commerce in our oceans is a critical resource for supporting domestic and international transportation, trade, and recreation. Understanding marine transportation patterns is an important step to ensure safety and commercial viability while avoiding any potential use conflicts with other activities. To this end the U.S. Coast Guard implemented the Nationwide Automatic Identification System program, which leverages the Automatic Identification System (AIS), a global standard for ship communications that mandates certain vessels carry AIS transponders. These transponders broadcast vessel identity, position and other information to track and monitor ship transits. This presentation will discuss the creation of vessel transit counts of commercial cargo, tanker, tug-tow, passenger, fishing, recreation, other, or all vessels from the raw AIS data. These data products were recently updated for years 2013 – 2017 and are being presented on the Northeast Ocean Data Portal, among other data portals. This presentation will highlight tools that have been developed to better understand, and use these complex data. Finally, it will show how this data is being displayed and methods that can be used to understand patterns of marine vessel traffic for ocean use planning initiatives.

Tuesday October 30, 2018 11:00am - 11:30am
Broadway 1&2