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Tuesday, November 10 • 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Mapping Salt Marshes in New England’s National Estuarine Research Reserves

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Jamie Carter, The Baldwin Group at NOAA OCM; Nate Herold, NOAA OCM; Chris Robinson, The Baldwin Group at NOAA OCM

Detailed salt marsh maps are an important component of the National Estuarine Research Reserves’ management plans. Salt marshes perform many ecological functions and provide a suite of ecosystem services. The NERRs and other natural resource management entities are concerned about trends in salt marsh loss and change. The effort presented here will describe techniques NOAA and our partners are employing to develop detailed maps for these environments using high-resolution imagery and lidar and various data derivatives in a data fusion and object segmentation approach.

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Jamie Carter

Sr. Remote Sensing Analyst, The Baldwin Group at NOAA OCM
Jamie Carter is a remote sensing analyst with NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management (OCM) and serves coastal communities primarily in the Northeast Region. He has a bachelor’s degree in Ecology from Tulane University, a master’s degree in Physical Geography from Oregon State University, and over 10 years of experience developing and delivering geospatial decision support tools to strengthen coastal management and planning. Jamie’s core... Read More →
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Nate Herold

NOAA OCM
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Chris Robinson

The Baldwin Group at NOAA OCM



Tuesday November 10, 2015 2:30pm - 3:00pm
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