We Need Your Vote!

The SHRUG Poster Competition will be judged by the SHRUG attendees. Each attendee will find a poster ballot included in their workshop bag. Please review the posters and vote for your top three and submit them at the ballot box.

The 3 posters with the most votes will be announced on day 2 of the workshop.

Full NamePoster TitleDescription of PosterAgency / Company / AffiliationNames of Additional Teammates
Aaron KoelkerArcGIS Online and Disaster ResponseTaking advantage of all the tools offered by the ArcGIS Online platform to assist in disaster response efforts.FL Dept of Environmental Protection, OTIS-GISKim Jackson, Aparna Bokey, Kevin Nguyen, Gary Kekelis, Mary Grace McClellan
Eric Katz FDOT Statewide Non-Motorized Traffic Monitoring ProgramThe Florida Department of Transportation's Transportation Data and Analytics Office (TDA) began the development of a Statewide Non-Motorized Traffic Monitoring Program in May 2018 with the need to provide bicycle and pedestrian (non-motorized) volumes and supporting statistics to new and existing data customers. The intent of developing the non-motorized data program is similar to the motorized traffic volume data program in that non-motorized data can be used for all the same types of analyses such as safety studies, public health, policy development, planning and programming non-motorized facilities, pavement and trail maintenance, and more. In June of 2018, FDOT submitted a statewide survey requesting recommendations for non-motorized locations. The survey response produced over 406 locations to consider. In August/September of 2018, the FDOT team evaluated 55 proposed locations across the state. The following maps display recommendations for Continuous and Short-term count locations across the state’s 7 FDOT Districts. Continuous counters are intended to count 365 days a year, while short-term count locations are intended to count periodically. FDOT Central Office / MARLIN Engineering Inc. / Transportation Data and Analytics OfficeEric Hanson, Cindy Boyette, Tara Thompson
Karen CumminsAssessing Post-hurricane Damage in Mangrove Forests of South Florida Using Repeat LiDAR, Landsat, and U.S. Forest Service, Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) DataThis study takes advantage of a previously derived mangrove map and coincident LiDAR and Landsat imagery collected immediately before and after hurricane Irma. The data sets are combined to assess both localized and broader scale changes in mangrove canopy height across south Florida. We examine patterns of disturbance across the state and evaluate Landsat’s ability to extend forest structural information from LiDAR strip samples to broader spatial extents. Florida Forest Service/ Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer ServicesTodd A. Schroeder, Mark Brown, Karen Cummins, Jarek Nowak, Chandra Giri, Bruce Cook
AmirSasan MahjoorExtent of mining in FloridaFlorida map of mining activities locations categorized based on the type of mined materialFlorida Department of Environmental Protection 
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