Grenadines Marine Resource and Space-use Information System (MarSIS)

The Grenadines Marine Resource Space-use Information System (MarSIS) brings together a variety of social, economic and environmental information drawn from both scientific and local knowledge into a single information system. Therefore areas important for livelihoods and conservation can be better identified and this information used to assist the management and planning of sustainable development across the Grenadine island chain. This unique information system has been created to integrate a wide range of marine-based knowledge and provide people with a more complete information base for coastal marine planning and management. Downloadable databases include: Grenadines MarSIS (ArcGIS version 10) Database; Google Earth Database; Grenadines Marine Multi-use Zoning Database.

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Additional Info

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Source http://www.grenadinesmarsis.com/Google_Earth.html
Geographic Scope Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Version
Author Centre for Resource Management and Environmental Studies (CERMES)University of the West Indies, Barbados, Grenadines Marine Resource and Space-use Information System
Maintainer Dr. Kimberly Baldwin
Metadata Last Updated October 15, 2020, 12:59 (UTC)
Created September 8, 2020, 23:09 (UTC)