Ecoinformatics International inc

provides consulting services linking, spatial data, science, policy, practice and people in pursuit of better understanding of ecosystems and a more sustainable world.





Issue-driven Integrated Landscape Management and Innnovation in Canada
Contribution to the Policy Reserach Initiative - at that time part of Canada's Privy Council Office projects to explore the future- published in Horizon's Special Issue on Sustainable Places






Strategic architecture

to compete for the future!- an effective appraoch of "getting to the Future First" and visulize the roadmap to combine core competencies and partners to succeed


Arctic Spatial Data Infra- structure Roadmap developed during round table discussions at the First International Circumpolar Conference on Geospatial Sciences and Applications

Strategic Innovation

Strategy mapping; Future Scenarios; Future dialogues; strategic performance

Policy Mapping

Science-policy cartography; Issue and policy maps; National Atlas Mapping; Influencing the policy cycle

Ecosystem Management

Ecological Land Surveys; Integrated Landscape Management; Intelligent Ecosystems; National and regional planning


Geo-spatial data infratructure; Geo-spatial knowledge ; Future of Geomatics; Canadian Institute of Geomatics; Geomatica- The Canadian Journal of Geospatial Science, Technology and Practice

Ecosystem Monitoring

Satelite and airborne remote sensing and analysis; ecosystem change; Permafrost melting; habitat conditions; urban rural fringe

Google Earth Applications

Permafrost, beaver habitat, forest fires, exploring glacial lake Agassiz; Wood Buffalo National Park etc.

Canada Land Inventory

Changed the way Canada managed its natural reources and developed the World's first Geographic Information System- the CGIS

Ecosystems as Art

Where science and technology translate ecosystem dynamics in contemporary, post modern art.. ecosystem fire art gallery

Maps that revolutionized how Canadians profited from the land.....

World's longest beaver dam

While monitoring the melting of permafrost in wetlands of Canada's Boreal Ecoregion, we discovered mpressive beaver habitat!

Permafrost melting like glaciers

Over a 60 year period these permafrost landslides regress like glaciers!

Fascinating Peat Plateaus

The sensitive most southern fringe of permafrost - where you would not expect it!