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Project Under Sustainable Communities Initiative: 

Project Under Sustainable Communities Initiative Kivalliq Inuit Association Progress Report II December, 5th 2001

Progress Review on training Completed to-date: 

Progress Review on training Completed to-date I. GIS software acquisition. Training Components: - October 9-16, 2001, “GIS Basics and Spatial Data Management” - November 13-21, 2001, “Introduction to GIS”

I. GIS Software Acquisition: 

I. GIS Software Acquisition ArcView GIS 8 (ArcMap, ArcCatalog, ArcTools) ArcInfo 8 GeoArctic SDM-geo for organization of spatial data and its metadata

II. Training Courses - Summary : 

II. Training Courses - Summary Courses: “GIS Basics and Spatial Data Management” Location: KIA, Rankin Inlet, Nunavut Dates: 9-16 October, 2001 “Introduction to GIS” Location: KIA, Rankin Inlet, Nunavut Dates: 13 –21 November, 2001

II. Training Courses - Summary, con’t : 

II. Training Courses - Summary, con’t Courses’ Participants: 6 from Kivalliq Inuit Association 2 from Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. Courses prepared and delivered by: Marta Wojnarowska, M.Sc.E. GeoArctic International Services, Calgary, AB

III. “Introduction to GIS” Course objectives: 

Spatial Data Management Hands-on GIS training, on ArcView 8.1 III. “Introduction to GIS” Course objectives

IV. “Introduction to GIS” Course Methodology: 

Presentations Demos Hands-on exercises: Step-by-step instructions, from “Getting to know ArcGIS”, ESRI Press Complex case studies, costumed developed by GeoArctic IV. “Introduction to GIS” Course Methodology

V. “Introduction to GIS” Agenda: 

V. “Introduction to GIS” Agenda GIS within an Organization Components of GIS ESRI ArcGIS components: ArcCatalog ArcMap ArcToolbox Getting Started with Maps and Data: Exploring ArcMap Exploring ArcCatalog

V. “Introduction to GIS” Agenda, con’t: 

V. “Introduction to GIS” Agenda, con’t 5. Displaying Data Symbolizing features and rasters Classifying features and rasters Labelling features Presenting data Making Maps quickly Making Maps for presentations Getting information about feature Querying data Joining and relating tables

V. “Introduction to GIS” Agenda, con’t: 

V. “Introduction to GIS” Agenda, con’t Analyzing feature relationships Selecting features by location Using location queries Combining attribute and location queries Case Studies (only the highlighted were covered) Poster of Kivalliq Region Updating point data layer using x, y, coordinates from an Excel spreadsheet Creating data layers from a table Adding Licenses and Permits to a Map Clipping streams by Kivaliq region boundaries Marble Island Eco-tourism – Planning Initiative Water Monitoring Stations Search and rescue operation Data registration – Registering Image for Marble Island

ArcCatalog: 

ArcCatalog Browsing Organizing Documenting data Some Examples from the Course

ArcMap: 

ArcMap Mapping Editing Querying Analyzing Charting Reporting Some Examples from the Course, con’t

ArcToolbox: 

ArcToolbox ArcToolbox in ArcView8 Conversion tools (formats) Projection tools ArcToolbox in ArcInfo Data Management (Aggregate, COGO, Composite Features, Generalizations, etc.) Analyses (Extract, Overlay, Proximity, Statistics, Surfaces, etc.) Conversion tools (formats) Some Examples from the Course, con’t

Slide14: 

Table structure records (rows), and fields (columns) column can store either numbers, text, or dates column names must be unique Some Examples from the Course, con’t

Creating Maps with ArcMap: 

Creating Maps with ArcMap Concepts: Data Frames Data View and Layout View Classifying data and symbolizing data Qualitative Symbology Quantitative symbology Labeling features Map templates Adding x, y data to maps Drawing graphics Page layouts Some Examples from the Course, con’t

Data View versus Layout View: 

Data View versus Layout View Data View Layout View Some Examples from the Course, con’t

VII. Issues, further work or needs:: 

VII. Issues, further work or needs: There was not enough time to cover the whole material Topics not covered from “Getting to Know ArcGIS”: Preparing data for analysis Analyzing spatial data Creating and editing features and attributes

Issues, further work or needs con’t: 

Topics not covered from Case Studies Adding Licenses and Permits to a Map Clipping streams by Kivaliq region boundaries Marble Island Eco-tourism – Planning Initiative Search and rescue operation Data registration – Registering Image for Marble Island Issues, further work or needs con’t

VIII. Summary: 

VIII. Summary Project benefited members of Inuit Organizations: Kivalliq Inuit Organization Nunvut Tunngavik Inc. Courses were interesting and well designed

IX. Next Steps: 

IX. Next Steps GIS Administrator will: Continue with organization of spatial data warehouse Help with land planning issues

X. Acknowledgment: 

X. Acknowledgment Sustainable Communities Initiative for providing funds GeoArctic International Services for tailoring the courses to KIA needs

KIA Land Permits and Licenses Database Purpose: 

KIA Land Permits and Licenses Database Purpose Maintaining consistent, easily searchable information on the land permits and licenses Supporting administration of IOL by providing: Easy update Search Map display, and Reporting on Land Permits and Licenses

Application Features: 

Application Features Password protected access to the Data Entry, and Searching Modules Facility to add or remove authorized users access Drop-down menus to facilitate database update and searching A map interface to help visualizing licensing permits in relation to geographical features Templates for creating automated notifications for the licenses holders.

Application Modules: 

Application Modules Data Entry Module: Single administrator access Used to update the database Pull down menus to allow for consistency of data entry Database Search and Reporting Module Multi authorized user access Easy search Easy reporting

KIA Land Administration Application: 

KIA Land Administration Application The following slides illustrate a mock up user interface of the application.

Slide26: 

Data Entry Search Database Info KIA License System Version 1.0, 2002 User Interface Mock-up

Slide27: 

License No Applicant Community Status Duration Expiry (mm-dd-yr) From (mm-dd-yr) Show Records Map Layers IOL by Community IOL by Rights Parks KIA License Database - Search Database Search and Reporting Mock-up

Slide28: 

Data Entry Search Database Info KIA License System Version 1.0, 2002 User Interface Mock-up

Slide29: 

Map Layers IOL by Community IOL by Rights Parks Licenses Classes Geographical Company Name First Name Last Name Address City Telephone Fax E-mail Company Name First Name Last Name Address City Telephone Fax E-mail KIA License Database - Data Entry Data Entry Mock-up

Slide30: 

Map Layers IOL by Community IOL by Rights Parks Company Name First Name Last Name Address City Telephone Fax E-mail Number issued: Sent Received License Start License Expiry Notified Received Status Map Document License Class KIA License Database - Data Entry Digital Report Hardcopy Report Data Entry Mock-up

Slide31: 

Map Layers IOL by Community IOL by Rights Parks Company Name First Name Last Name Address City Telephone Fax E-mail KIA License Database - Data Entry Class Description Price Data Entry Mock-up

Slide32: 

Map Layers IOL by Community IOL by Rights Parks Company Name First Name Last Name Address City Telephone Fax E-mail KIA License Database - Data Entry License No Latitude (Y) Longitude (X) Company Point Location Area Location Create Point Create Area Projection Datum NTS Map Community Data Entry Mock-up

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