These are a collection of the web maps I have created for various applications.
MAPPING SENSE OF PLACE IN MT. HOOD NF
This web map application was built to collect data in my thesis research of mapping sense of place in Mt. Hood National Forest. The purpose of the web map was to collect information from interview participants about their important places in the forest of special significance. They were asked to place up to five locations and answer some questions in a popup box regarding their activities, senses, and emotions experienced. The purpose of this survey is to gain a deeper understanding of the interactions people have with particular environments and how those interactions help create a sense of place.
LOST LAKE BOULDERING GUIDE
In partnership with my friend Michael Brady, I created a fully interactive web map for the Lost Lake Bouldering Area. Michael is in the process of writing a climbing guide for this area and I had the ambition to create an interactive guide. With his knowledge of the boulders in this area, I went to work building a highly detailed web guide. There is even a georeferenced hand drawn topographic base map of the boulder fields, which is a web map service hosted through ArcServer (unfortunately the server that hosts this feature is down). The platform used for the guide is ArcGIS Online. Lessons learned from this web map creation is that servers go down and don't use google photos to link your embedded images.