GISST analysis can be used to communicate with a wide variety of stakeholders because of its easy to understand ranking system.
Environmental Planning GIS Tools provide a scalable solution that uses mapping technology to analyze environmental assets along with transportation assets and plans to develop optimal paths for both transportation improvements and environmental mitigation and stewardship. The process involves early multi‑agency integration, which expedites project delivery. This process serves a Green Infrastructure approach, which is a strategically planned and managed network of natural resources that provides an ecosystem‑based framework for selecting corridor alignments and identifying mitigation opportunities.
Gregory I. Slater, Chair Director, Office of Planning and Preliminary Engineering Maryland
Maya Coleman Information Resource Coordinator, Environmental Affairs Division Texas
Christine Conn, Ph.D. Office for a Sustainable Future Maryland
Troy Sykes GIS Specialist, Environmental Affairs Division Texas
Donna Buscemi Team Leader, Environmental Planning Division Maryland
Andrew Blair Biologist, Environmental Affairs Division Texas
Heather Lowe Team Leader, Environmental Planning Division Maryland
Sharon Osowski Morgan, Ph.D. Ecologist US EPA Region 6 214-665-7506Osowski.Sharon@epamail.epa.gov
Sandy Hertz Deputy Director, Office of Environmental Design Maryland
Kris Hoellen Director, Conservation Leadership Network The Conservation Fund email@example.com
Charlie Gischlar Office of Communications Maryland
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Will Allen (as an alternate) The Conservation Fundwallen@conservationfund.org