AGI Northern Ireland GIS Day – Lunch Time Webinar

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AGI Northern Ireland GIS Day – Lunch Time Webinar


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Date(s) - 17/11/2021
12:30 - 13:30

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Event: AGI NI GIS Day – Lunch Time Webinar

Date: Wednesday, 17th November 2021

Time: 12.30-1.30 pm (GMT)

AGI Northern Ireland is hosting a Lunch Time Webinar on GIS Day. Join like-minded geospatial professionals and enthusiasts as we listen to thought-provoking presentations on our natural and built environment. Registration is free and open to both AGI members and non-members alike. We’re looking forward to seeing you at the event!

Title: Mapping the path for Nature’s Recovery in Northern Ireland
Presenter: Nina Schönberg

Summary:
Since September 2020 Ulster Wildlife, RSPB NI, National Trust and Woodland Trust have been working together on a capacity-building project around Nature Recovery Networks (NRN). With generous funding from the National Lottery Heritage Lottery Fund and working closely with stakeholders such as the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA), the aim of the project is to conduct a nation-wide mapping exercise in order to produce Northern Ireland’s first ever set of habitat network maps, to better understand the current terrestrial habitat cover, its level of connectivity and to identify opportunities to create more, bigger, better and more joined-up habitats for wildlife.

With assistance from these maps the project will also be developing a set of case studies to portray how the NRN approach, and associated maps can inform future policy and practice. As part of her talk, Nina Schönberg, the Nature Recovery Networks Project Coordinator, will discuss in more detail how the project has approached the mapping and associated data sourcing and will touch upon next steps for the project.

Title: Town Centre Health Check Project
Presenter: Katie Tener (OSNI)

Summary:
In 2019, students from QUB partnered with Donegal County Council and the Heritage Council to undertake Town Centre Health Checks in the border region of Donegal. With a focus on Bundoran, this presentation shows how GIS can be used to analyse a range of data which can be helped to inform better decision making when it comes to the development of our towns and villages.

Title: GI Updates from AGI NI
Presenter: Alex Donald (GSNI), Lorraine Barry (DFI), Laurence Donaghy (Translink)

Summary:
A round-up of GI updates from members of the AGI NI Board.

Please note: Current AGI members registering for this event must log in to register.  AGI membership is not a prerequisite to registering for the event. If you’re not a member, please consider joining and being part of a vibrant geo-community in NI and throughout the UK.  Join as a ‘Network Member’ for free here. 

Bookings

Bookings are closed for this event, please contact AGI Support on info@agi.org.uk