For over 20 years Wild Utah Project has provided agency partners and more than twenty conservation organizations in the Intermountain West with a variety of GIS services contributing conservation planning and research goals. Our services combine scientific expertise in conservation biology and technical knowledge of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to respond to a wide array of spatial analyses and mapping needs. Examples of this work and contributions to a diverse group of partners include key conservation proposals such as the Red Rock Wilderness proposal, Heart of the West – a Wildlands Network design-, and the Canada Lynx Least-Cost Path Analysis - access to these example coming soon-. Our current GIS services are focused on the following areas of expertise: Mapping and Cartography, Web GIS, and Spatial Analysis and Modeling. Wild Utah Project uses ESRI software and is proud to be a grantee of the ESRI Conservation program.
From small to large format maps, we offer map design services using the principles of cartography and graphic design. Our main tool Geographic Information Systems (GIS) allow us to develop a variety of mapping processes and data transformations and render maps for different audiences and purposes.
Using the combined advantages of the Web and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) we offer our partners several web mapping applications deployed through the Web. Without the need of specialized software, our users can access critical conservation related geographic data at anytime.
Data analysis is a critical element to understanding underlying processes in wildlife habitat and wildlands conservation. Through spatial analysis, geo-statistics, and spatial modeling we offer our partners an array of analysis services that explain or predict implications of opportunities and threats to wildlife and wildlife habitat interactions.
WUP announces new GIS Lab!
We are thrilled to announce that in the summer of 2018 our GIS lab outgrew our main office at ArtSpace Commons (Suite B-117) and so moved around the corner (Artspace A-108), where they now have separate facilities and dedicated staff that working on developing specialized GIS applications and research in the areas of large landscape conservation, wildlife corridors, and ecoregional planning. Our plan is to grow our current GIS staff, increase GIS internship opportunities, and host a doctoral fellowship in partnership with local universities. Stay tuned for updates on our new GIS Lab!