2020 Conference Presentations

Monday, October 5

Welcome to OFWIM 2020: Virtual Style
Chelsea Krause, OFWIM President-Elect

Leveraging an Effective Geospatial Strategy to Promote Responsible Outdoor Recreation Participation During a Pandemic
Michael Bialousz, ESRI

COVID-19 Panel Discussion
Keith Hurley, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission
Chris Gerecke, Timmons Group
Jeffrey B. Trollinger, Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources
Gabriel Kamener, Gaiser Lab, Florida International University

Tide Won’t Clean Your Data, But This Tool Will
Sabra Tonn, Arizona Game and Fish Department

Distributing Data with an R Package
Powell Wheeler, North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission

Making Life Easier with Progressive Web Applications
Keith Hurley, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission

The State of Florida Ecological Report Card
Nicole Burns, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

Web-Enabling the State Wildlife Action Plan for New Mexico
Ginny Seamster, New Mexico Department of Game and Fish

Tracking Health … Animal Health!
Chris Gerecke, Timmons Group

Tuesday, October 6

Student Presentations

OFWIM’s Strategic Thinking Effort: What we learned in 2019-2020
Karen Horodysky, Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources

Automating Anadromous Fish Counts with Artificial Intelligence
Sam Haffey, Four Peaks Environmental Science & Data Solutions

Interagency Cooperation Facilitated by Centralized Data Storage: An overview of the 3-Species and Rio Grande Chub/Sucker Web Applications
Shannon E. Albeke, WyGISC, University of Wyoming

Laboratory Inventory Management System (LIMS)
Nicholas William Case, WyGISC

Making Disparate Data Discoverable and Accessible: the University of Wyoming’s DataCorral
Samantha Ewers, University of Wyoming Geographic Information Science Center

OFWIM Annual Conference Archive: A Title Slide Review of the Last Decade’s Presentations
Don Schrupp, Colorado Division of Wildlife (retired)
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