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Data management, repositories and mapping

Guidance on collecting, managing and mapping your data.

Collecting data about your activities and monitoring is essential. It allows you to identify trends,  analyse your progress and adapt your management to make sure your project will achieve its objectives.

Visually mapping your data using a Geographic Information System (GIS) is a powerful tool that many conservation groups use to understand the landscape they are working in. 

Data management and mapping allow you to demonstrate what your project has achieved and tell your story, which is particularly useful when you are applying for funding. 

Digital tools and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)