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Monday, February 10 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Statewide Lidar Planning for California Part 2

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The California Department of Conservation will lead a discussion of the status of planning to collect statewide lidar coverage for California. An evolving State LiDAR plan will be open for discussion and feedback related to: minimum LiDAR specifications, repeat coverage timing, standard derived products, distribution, use cases, costs, benefits, return on investment, funding opportunities, and collaborations between stakeholders. A brief discussion of the state budget item related to LiDAR will be included.

  • Statewide Lidar Planing for California
    Nathaniel Roth, Ph.D., GISP, Geographic Information Officer, California Department of Conservation, Sacramento, CA
    Steven J. Steinberg, Ph.D., GISP, Geographic Information Officer (GIO), Los Angeles County, Internal Services Department, Downey, CA

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Jane Schafer-Kramer

Hydrography Lead, California Department of Water Resources
I'm currently employed with the California Department of Water Resources as the technical lead for hydrography data stewardship. I'm a member of URISA and served a term as president of the Northern California Chapter, which is now merged with the California Chapter. I'm currently... Read More →

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Nathaniel Roth, GISP

Chief Science and Data Advisor, California Department of Conservation
Nathaniel (Nate) Roth is the Department of Conservation's Chief Science and Data Advisor. He leads DOC efforts to improve the use of scientific data across its projects and to support the broader use of data in meeting the state's resource and climate change goals. He frequently provides... Read More →

Monday February 10, 2020 2:00pm - 3:30pm PST
Board Room, 3rd Floor