As part of the Research Advances in Fisheries, Wildlife, and Ecology Symposium (RAFWE), the Fisheries and Wildlife Graduate Student Association is hosting a free, virtual workshop introducing these topics and more! Dr. Chris Wolf will walk you through how to manage and manipulate spatial data in R. By the end of the workshop, you will be familiar with projections, raster algebra, overlay analysis, spatial dissolves, vector-based area calculations, distance analysis, spatial sampling, kernel filtering, geographically weighted regression, mapping, and raster stacks. All participants must register for both the workshop (maximum of 40, so act fast!) AND RAFWE. A laptop with Rstudio is required and you must download and install R packages and provided materials prior to attending the workshop. Registrants will be sent a private Zoom link, materials, download instructions, and additional details prior to the workshop.
For questions, please contact Jessica Clark or Jennifer Nelson