Davey Jones Locker Lab, Oregon State University, Last update: September 16, 2007

Public Outreach Materials funded by NOAA Coral Reef Grant
October, 2006

FBNMS Brochure:
Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4               Large FBNMS Poster

OSU Benthic Terrain Workshop at
American Samoa Community College
September 20-21, 2004

Presented by Emily Larkin and Dr. Dawn Wright, Oregon State University Davey Jones Locker Seafloor Mapping & GIS Laboratory
Sponsored by ASCC, AS CZM, AS DMWR, NOAA Coastal Services Center
Special thanks to Dave Kulberg, Josh Murphy, and Troy Curry

Photo Gallery (click on photos to view at larger size)
Photos from Upolu, Samoa (click on photos to view at larger size)

Participant List (xls)
Workshop Flyer (ppt)
Module Data (4.3 Mb, zip)
Data List (doc)
    Please contact us about obtaining the Ikonos satellite image.
Fledermaus data file - FBNMS
Fledermaus data - Revelle
Fledermaus (iView3D) download
Answers to Exercises (doc)
Exercises Designed for ArcGIS 9.0-9.1 and now use the Benthic Terrain Modeler

Monday, 9/20 - Downloads
Early Morning - Dawn - Intro to workshop and seafloor mapping techniques (ppt)
Late Morning - Emily - Module 1: Exploring the Reefs 12:00-1:00 - Lunch
Early Afternoon - Dawn - GIS terrain analysis (ppt)
Late Afternoon - Emily - Module 2: Benthic Classifications

Tuesday, 9/21 - Downloads
Early Morning - Emily - Module 3: Spatial and 3D Analyst w/Bathymetry Data (including hypothetical MPA)

Morning - Dawn & Josh Murphy - Benthic Terrain Modeler (BTM) tool and Demo Late Morning - Emily - American Samoa Benthic Terrain Viewer (ASBTV) (ppt)
ArcIMS site
Link to draft of AS Bibliographic Tool
12:00-1:30 Lunch, Wrapup with Dave Kulberg

AS GIS User Group Presentation (ppt)

M.S. Thesis of Emily Larkin:
Larkin, E., Geographic Information Systems for Coral Reef Conservation, Capacity Building, and Public Education in American Samoa, M.S. Thesis, Corvallis, OR, Oregon State University, Call # LD4330 2005 .L36, Download.

Tutuila fly-over, Pago Pago to Vatia, draped with Ikonos satellite image (48 Mb avi, rt-click to download to desktop)
   Movie prep. by Ron Rinehart

Photo montage in header courtesy of National Marine Sanctuary System and Kip Evans, National Geographic Society
This material is based upon work supported by the NOAA Coastal Services Center GIS Integration & Development Program under Grant No. NA03NOS4730014, the NOAA Fisheries Habitat Conservation Program Office under Grant No. NA05NMF4631048, and the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0074635