[talk-au] [OSGeo Oceania] FOSS4G SotM Oceania 2019 tree planting day
ed at mapillary.com
Wed Feb 12 05:18:47 UTC 2020
Ok thanks for clarifying.
On Wed, 12 Feb 2020 at 16:04, adam steer <adam.d.steer at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Ed (and all)
> Thanks! I’m filling out a filming permission form for 14/15/16 August.
> Ideally flights will take place the day before, or early on the same day
> before people arrive (weather dependent); it won’t be practical to
> undertake mapping missions and comply with CASA regulations while people
> are planting / moving around on the site. The day after is there just in
> case weather isn’t kind… and we might want to capture trees at the start of
> their life as well.
> Just had a thought strike me - is anyone in academia listening who wants
> to start a project on yellow box woodland development? good opportunity
> here… ;)
> On Wed, 12 Feb 2020 at 15:44, Edoardo Neerhut <ed at mapillary.com> wrote:
>> Love your work Adam. And thanks to Tony and Mick as well.
>> In terms of the pre-planting aerial survey, would you do that on the day
>> itself if permission is granted?
>> On Wed, 12 Feb 2020 at 11:52, adam steer <adam.d.steer at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi all
>>> I'm excited to report that the FOSS4G SotM Oceania 2019 tree planting
>>> program has been scheduled for 15 August 2020. Here is the Parks Victoria
>>> event information:
>>> If you want to attend and plant trees, great! You need to register as a
>>> volunteer with Parks Victoria using the ‘Register with ParkConnect’ button
>>> on the link above.
>>> We hope to run some free, volunteer-run mapping events on/around the
>>> day. Full details TBA, some ideas are:
>>> - conduct a pre-planting aerial survey (subject to Parks Victoria
>>> - collect locations of all the trees (potentially also running a hands
>>> on QField / Input workshop)
>>> - add trees to OSM (along with any other salient features that are
>>> Ideally everyone attending will also help plant trees - so please
>>> register with ParkConnect if you plan to attend in any capacity.
>>> Again, thanks to this community and especially the FOSS4G SotM Oceania
>>> organising committee for their moral and financial support. I'd like to
>>> specifically thank Tony Forster, who first suggested this project and has
>>> done much of the on-ground logistics (getting support of Parks Victoria and
>>> linking us up with local organisations / suppliers); and Mick van de Vreede
>>> of Parks Victoria, who has help line a lot of stuff up to help this happen.
>>> Please feel free to ask any questions by responding to list posts, or
>>> contact me directly.
>>> Oceania mailing list
>>> Oceania at lists.osgeo.org
> Dr. Adam Steer
> +61 427 091 712 :: @adamdsteer
> Suits are bad for business: http://www.spatialised.net/business-penguins/
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