About The Spatial Analysis Lab
The Spatial Analysis Laboratory is a research facility located in the Rubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources (RSENR) at the University of Vermont (UVM). Lab staff are employees or students in RSENR, but our facilities are often shared with collaborators from other units (e.g., Geography Department, Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, and the USDA Forest Service Northeastern Research Station). The mission of the Laboratory is to apply appropriate techniques in GIS, remote sensing, and spatial statistics to problems in natural resource ecology and natural resources planning. The Lab specializes in biodiversity analysis, land-cover mapping, planning for conservation lands, and development of new applications for natural resource management. The Laboratory is supported entirely by grants and contracts for research.

The Spatial Analysis Laboratory occupies Suite 205 of the Aiken Center on the UVM campus. Computer hardware and software used in the Lab include the following:

Dell PowerEdge 2950 Server (Red Hat Enterprise Linux)
Dell PowerEdge 2850 Server (Windows Server)
Dell PowerVault MD1000 SAS storage arrays
Dell PowerVault TL2000 tape library
15 Dell Precision workstations (Windows)
ERDAS Imagine
eCognition Image Analysis Suite (Server & Developer)
Applied Imagery's Quick Terrain Modeler
ENVI Image Analysis Software
FME Data Transformation and Interoperability Software
FRAGSTATS Spatial Pattern Analysis Program
Merrick Advanced Remote Sensing (MARS)
Overwatch Feature Analyst and LiDAR Analyst
SCALGO -- Scalable Algorithmics for processing big terrain data
SOCET GXP Geospatial Intelligence Software
senseFly eMotion2 and Postflight Terra 3D-EB
Adobe Creative Suite
UVM supported software

       Updated: 12 November 2013