Map Design & Spatial Analytics
Using a combination of tools, we get our client's maps to look good on the web and create custom interactive interfaces. We are adept at finding the right data, designing a great looking map, and hosting it on your site!
We've been doing spatial analysis for natural resources projects since 2001. We map salmon habitat, discover archeaological site potential, determine wastewater impacts, calculate wetland reduction scenarios, and much, much more. How can we help with your spatial analysis needs?
Yes, we "do GIS"! We find data for you, fix your data, map your data, and figure out what you should do with your data. If it has a spatial component, we are interested! With Esri's ArcMap and a host of open-source tools, we can help you out with most any GIS project.
Urban Mapping, Inc.
Styling of default palettes and line widths for user inputs to digital maps. Development of basemap code for interactive maps in business software.
Colorado State University
Automated soil data extraction for 100,000 agricultural points across ten states for input into climate change models.
Regions delineation based on common travel corridors for the first of its kind database of unique and intuitive numbering in the U.S. at high resolution.
Determination of optimal sites for ground mounted solar systems across five states. Finding and combining real estate data with evironmental variables and producing extraordinary cartographic output for decision making.
Hood Canal Coordinating Council
Total GIS support including webmapping, analysis, geodatabase development, and cartography for salmonid programs, wastewater modeling, invasive weed mapping, and much more.
Save the Poudre: Poudre Waterkeeper
Modeling of floodplain locations based on elevation reduction scenarios, beginning with the 100 year floodplain for the Cache la Poudre River. Calculations of related wetlands metrics.
Integrated terrain unit mapping of soils, ethnology, archaeological sites and other layers to produce a predictive model of archaeological resource probability.
PetersonGIS is owned by Gretchen Peterson, renowned cartographer, author, and analyst. Let us know what you need by dropping us an email at email@example.com.