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Maunalua Bay Outreach Interactive Map

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Maunalua Bay Outreach Interactive Map - Flyer.pdf Public outreach flyer. 1.14 MB Adobe PDF View/Open
Interactive Map Presentation.pdf Public outreach tool. 5.65 MB Adobe PDF View/Open
Interactive Map Resource Submission Protocol.pdf Protocol was developed to allow new knowledge to be submitted for review along with standardizing all entries. Last updated 10 May 2019. 368.78 kB Adobe PDF View/Open
MM Interactive Map Form.pdf Google Form is a method for new knowledge to be added to the Malama Maunalua's interactive map. Last updated 10 May 2019. 439.2 kB Adobe PDF View/Open
MM Database.xlsx Contains all research included in the interactive map. Last updated 10 May 2019. 426.06 kB Microsoft Excel XML View/Open
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Read Me Document.pdf List of resources produced and the project's abstract. 99.02 kB Adobe PDF View/Open
Malama Maunalua Interactive Map.pdf A link to Malama Maunalua's map is embedded. Last updated 10 May 2019. 331.52 kB Adobe PDF View/Open
Google Map Entry Protocol.pdf Protocol was developed to allow new knowledge to be added to the interactive map along with standardizing all entries. Last updated 10 May 2019. 445.36 kB Adobe PDF View/Open
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Item Summary

Title:Maunalua Bay Outreach Interactive Map
Authors:Donoghue, Carli
Lam, Jennifer
Risch, Derek
Smith, Jackie
Wilhite, Chad
Contributors:Oleson, Kirsten (instructor)
Keywords:Spatial Data
Public Outreach
ArcGIS
Google Map
Data Management
Date Issued:11 May 2018
Abstract:This project addressed how to disseminate past, present, and future information to a wide array of bay users in the most effective format. We developed an interactive map as a community outreach tool to be embedded within Malama Maunalua’s (MM) website. The map contains spatial information, links to relevant publications, and recreation information including rules, regulations, and “points of interest.”
Our final products are intended to share knowledge of the bay leading to a more efficient and effective management of the entire ecosystem. Our products include: a Google data entry form and its guidelines, a database, a presentation, a flyer with links to available resources, and a “Read Me” document. NOTE: The map and its supplementary materials are living documents with a collection of past and current information. Thus, for the most up-to-date materials visit MM’s website.
URI/DOI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/61925
Appears in Collections: 2019 Maunalua Bay Case Study


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