My name is Zeke Lunder and I am a geographer located in Northeastern California.
I run a mobile mapping business - we provide mapping support to teams figuring out how to put out large wildfires and responding to other large-scale disasters.
We also do landscape analysis to characterize wildfire hazard.
Lately I have been spending more time working over inkjet prints of my maps with pens or markers - 15 years in the business and i am still frustrated with inkjet printing!
cartography and design
google earth wildfire tours
Wildfire mapping, hand-shaded relief, custom hypsometrics
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Posted 30 June 2007 - 11:33 PM
Posted 10 October 2007 - 04:12 PM
I have an interest in this form of mapping. I am an east coast (US) firefighter and relatively new to GIS. I knew about mobile-GIS and cartography services for wildfire campaigns, but not combined with the range of other related services you provide. Most recently, I was the deputy administrator for firefighter training in Maine. Great idea--mobile mapping for disaster response. I would like to know what software is used and if you have standardized workflows. I see from your website that your staff has completed the NWCG/USFS S-341 GISS course. Is that training offered by anybody, anywhere outside of the federal government? I would like to take that course.
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