A podcast published by the Utah Geospatial Resource Center discussing all things spatial in Utah.
This episode is part two of a three-part series on water here in Utah.
In Part one we focus on water resources. In Part two we discuss water rights,
and in part three we focus on drinking water.
You can find all of our episodes in our podcast feed or wherever you find your podcasts.
Today's show is part two in the water series and we’re talking with Lee Eschler from DNR’s Division of Water Rights.
Lee tells us how the PLSS secti...
In this episode of the podcast, we talk with Aaron Austin, the GIS Manager at the Utah Department of Natural Resouces’ Division of Water Resources. He tells us how his division went from clipboards out in the field to now the use of satellite data. We also hear how collaboration among agencies played into the creation of the water supplier boundary layer. Additionally, Aaron fills us in on the Division of Water Resources’ involveme...
In this episode, we talk to Bert Granberg, the analytics director at the Wasatch Front Regional Council - commonly known as WFRC.
WFRC is a metropolitan planning organization (MPO) here in Utah and they play a significant role in transportation planning along the Wasatch Front.
Bert fills us in on how analytics are used in transportation planning, and how transit and biking play into growth along the Wasatch Front.
Jake Adams from ...
In this episode, we talk with Tina Mathieu, the Executive Director of the
Weber Area Dispatch 911 & Emergency Services District.
Tina explains why GIS data is so critical in Next-Generation 911 systems and how local and state agencies work together to make this happen.
Tina also walks us through a typical 911 call, from a call being placed to the routing of the call, and then to the actual dispatch and emergency response.
In this episode, we talk with Nancy Arbon, the Customer Relations Manager at the Utah Public Health Laboratory, and George McEwan, the Director of Information Technology at the Utah Department of Health.
Listen as we discuss how GIS was used at the state government level during the covid-19 pandemic.
Learn how technology and human relationships play a key role during a health crisis or outbreak and how these relationships in Utah ha...
In this episode, we hear from Kate Staley at SITLA - State of Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration.
SITA was established by Utah Legislature in 1994 to administer the state trust lands. One of the very popular datasets that they manage is the Land Ownership GIS layer.
Listen in, as Kate takes us behind the scenes with managing state trust lands data.
Today we hear from Buck Ehler at the Utah Department of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife Resources.
On this episode we here from Sean Fernandez on the importance of surveying and the role of the state surveyor in Utah. This will become a regular segment called the Survey Corner.
Welcome to episode one of the Utah Geospatial Podcast hosted by Matt Peters and Greg Bunce.
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