Diego Negron, GIS Coordinator
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Spatial Analysis

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At the core of every geographic problem is a location-based solution. Marstel-Day’s Geospatial Services team performs spatial modeling and analysis for projects across the United States and around the world. Our GIS specialists identify spatial and temporal land-use challenges to help clients make effective planning decisions. Marstel-Day uses custom geospatial tools to solve encroachment management challenges, identify compatible land use solutions, and promote smart growth.

  • Defense and encroachment management analysis
  • Land acquisition planning
  • Airspace analysis
  • Land use and zoning
  • Compatible land use modeling
  • Modeling and analysis of development trends and pressures
  • Modeling for smart growth
  • Geostatistical analysis for strategic land planning
  • Transportation planning and routing; network analysis
  • Analysis and due diligence for site suitability
  • Geospatial analysis to promote partnerships between DOD and local communities

Natural Resources Modeling

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Marstel-Day uses geospatial tools to resolve complex natural resource problems. Our team executes projects that enhance the environment and conserve natural resources. Our GIS specialists perform modeling and analyses that are integrated with resource and habitat conservation planning. Marstel-Day uses GIS to evaluate ways that communities and organizations can collaborate to achieve common goals for protection and enhancement of natural resources.

  • Landscape scale conservation planning
  • Habitat suitability modeling
  • Conservation planning and reserve site design analysis
  • Landscape habitat connectivity modeling and analysis
  • Remote sensing and analysis of vegetation and land cover changes over time
  • Water and watershed modeling and analysis
  • Ecosystem services modeling
  • Endangered species mapping and assessment
  • Tree canopy analysis
  • Agricultural resource modeling
  • Assessment of protected lands to identify underrepresented lands that support biodiversity
  • Mobile GIS mapping and asset management for wetland delineation, landscape mapping, and tree surveys
  • Analysis to support cross-functional goals among DOD, NGOs, and regional agencies

Climate Change Analysis

Marstel-Day uses geospatial tools to model climate change vulnerability and potential impacts to clients’ land use, operations, and missions. Using GIS models, we develop adaptation strategies to build climate resilience. We help communities and military installations prepare for increased storm severity, sea-level rise, rising temperatures, more prolonged droughts, and changing habitat conditions.

  • Modeling and analysis of coastal vulnerability to sea level rise
  • Future floodplain modeling in compliance with Executive Order 13690
  • Modeling vulnerability to storm surge
  • Wetland migration modeling
  • Terrestrial resiliency modeling
  • Habitat corridor modeling for climate resilience
  • Modeling social vulnerability to climate impacts
  • Spatial analysis to support climate adaptation and resilience planning

3D Visualization

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Marstel-Day’s talented GIS practitioners use 3D visualization and GIS to create compelling images of challenges affecting our clients. 3D is an essential tool to plan construction.

  • Visualize concerns related to natural resource and cultural resource management
  • Visualize land use compatibility and zoning
  • Model imaginary surfaces and special use airspace
  • Determine if vertical obstructions conflict with airspace
  • Model lines-of-sight and viewsheds to identify scenic resources or possible spectrum interference
  • Identify locations for communications equipment and other structures requiring visibility to the surrounding area
  • Conduct cut/fill analyses to visualize and quantify landform changes

Cultural Resources Inventory and Analysis

Marstel-Day’s GIS practitioners are skilled in using GIS tools and processes to support cultural resource identification and management. Our team has completed cultural resource projects across the United States for government and private-sector clients.

  • Use spatial analysis to identify potential survey areas
  • Conduct change detection analyses based on historical maps and other documents
  • Provide geographic answers for cultural resource documents and reports
  • Create user input forms in support of field surveys
  • Create products for cultural resource reports
  • Extract nonspatial data or data contained on paper maps and incorporate it into a GIS

Additional Capabilities:

  • Geospatial data acquisition, inventory, and management
  • Geospatial database design and management using Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) best practices
  • Metadata development
  • Spatial Data Standards for Facilities, Infrastructure, and Environment (SDSFIE) data conversion
  • Scripts and models used to automate, streamline, and document workflows
  • Computer-aided design (CAD) conversion
  • Custom application development
  • Web-based mapping
  • Creation of story maps
  • Cartographic design
  • Map template design
  • Data interoperability
  • GIS-based engagement tools

Geospatial Analysis

Diego Negron

GIS Coordinator
Send me an email
540-680-9394

A Marstel-Day Success Story

Marstel-Day uses its certified Geospatial Information System (GIS) expertise to support many programs. Our GIS team provided detailed and precision mapping services, mapped informational overviews, and multi-layered depictions of data for 43 separate encroachment management plans for our U.S. federal government clients. The team created the GIS data over a five-year period and met client changing requirements by updating its GIS software to the Spatial Data Standards for Facilities Infrastructure and Environmental (SDSFIE) version 3.1.

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Marstel-Day’s GIS team reviewed thousands of files and documents to compile the necessary GIS data for each encroachment management plan. The team organized the data according to the 43 separate client locations and provided seamless integration to our clients’ GIS enterprises. The final deliverables provided our aviation-related clients with updated airspace data, standardized analysis data, and a detailed set of map documents. [ - LESS ]

Spatial Analysis

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At the core of every geographic problem is a location-based solution. Marstel-Day’s Geospatial Services team performs spatial modeling and analysis for projects across the United States and around the world. Our GIS specialists identify spatial and temporal land-use challenges to help clients make effective planning decisions. Marstel-Day uses custom geospatial tools to solve encroachment management challenges, identify compatible land use solutions, and promote smart growth.

  • Encroachment management analysis
  • Land acquisition planning
  • Airspace analysis
  • Land use and zoning
  • Compatible land use modeling
  • Modeling and analysis of development trends and pressures
  • Modeling for smart growth
  • Geostatistical analysis for strategic land planning
  • Transportation planning and routing; network analysis
  • Analysis and due diligence for site suitability
  • Geospatial analysis to promote partnerships between the DOD and local communities

Natural Resources Modeling

climate

Marstel-Day uses geospatial tools to resolve complex natural resource problems. Our team executes projects that enhance the environment and conserve natural resources. Our GIS specialists perform modeling and analyses that are integrated with resource and habitat conservation planning. Marstel-Day uses GIS to evaluate ways that communities and organizations can collaborate to achieve common goals for the protection and enhancement of natural resources.

  • Landscape-scale conservation planning
  • Habitat suitability modeling
  • Conservation planning and reserve-site design analysis
  • Landscape-habitat connectivity modeling and analysis
  • Remote sensing and analysis of vegetation and land cover changes over time
  • Water and watershed modeling and analysis
  • Ecosystem services modeling
  • Endangered species mapping and assessment
  • Tree canopy analysis
  • Agricultural resource modeling
  • Assessment of protected lands to identify underrepresented lands that support biodiversity
  • Mobile GIS mapping and asset management for wetland delineation, landscape mapping, and tree surveys
  • Analysis to support cross-functional goals among the DOD, NGOs, and regional agencies

Climate Change Analysis

Marstel-Day uses geospatial tools to model climate change vulnerability and potential impacts on clients’ land use, operations, and missions. Using GIS models, we develop adaptation strategies to build climate resilience. We help communities and military installations prepare for increased storm severity, sea-level rise, rising temperatures, more prolonged droughts, and changing habitat conditions.

  • Modeling and analysis of coastal vulnerability to sea level rise
  • Future floodplain modeling in compliance with Executive Order 13690
  • Modeling vulnerability to storm surge
  • Wetland migration modeling
  • Terrestrial resiliency modeling
  • Habitat corridor modeling for climate resilience
  • Modeling social vulnerability to climate impacts
  • Spatial analysis to support climate adaptation and resilience planning

3D Visualization

Marstel-Day’s talented GIS practitioners use 3D visualization and GIS to create compelling images of challenges that affect our clients. 3D is an essential tool to plan construction.

  • Visualize concerns related to natural resource and cultural resource management
  • Visualize land use compatibility and zoning
  • Model imaginary surfaces and special use airspace
  • Determine if vertical obstructions conflict with airspace
  • Model lines-of-sight and viewsheds to identify scenic resources or possible spectrum interference
  • Identify locations for communications equipment and other structures that require visibility to the surrounding area
  • Conduct cut/fill analyses to visualize and quantify landform changes

Cultural Resources Inventory and Analysis

Marstel-Day’s GIS practitioners are skilled in using GIS tools and processes to support cultural resource identification and management. Our team has completed cultural resource projects across the United States for government and private-sector clients.

  • Use spatial analysis to identify potential survey areas
  • Conduct change detection analyses based on historical maps and other documents
  • Provide geographic answers for cultural resource documents and reports
  • Create user input forms in support of field surveys
  • Create products for cultural resource reports
  • Extract nonspatial data or data contained on paper maps and incorporate it into a GIS

Additional Capabilities:

  • Geospatial data acquisition, inventory, and management
  • Geospatial database design and management using Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) best practices
  • Metadata development
  • Spatial Data Standards for Facilities, Infrastructure, and Environment (SDSFIE) data conversion
  • Scripts and models used to automate, streamline, and document workflows
  • Computer-aided design (CAD) conversion
  • Custom application development
  • Web-based mapping
  • Creation of story maps
  • Cartographic design
  • Map template design
  • Data interoperability
  • GIS-based engagement tools
 
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