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Projects - a selection

City of Wodonga Land Development Trends 2014-15 to 2017-18

Walker Geospatial & Data Analysis was contracted by City of Wodonga to analyse key land development data for the municipality and produce maps and charts of the trends identified from the analysis.

For all 4 successive years' reports, 5 year historical trend analysis was used to show the changes in development activity across the municipality for residential, commercial and industrial land development. Council requires an understanding of how the city is growing, where it is growing and at what rate of growth. Council needs to determine if sufficient land is available to meet market demand and to identify consumption and production trends impacting the city.

While the Land Development Trends Report is primarily a tool for council's strategic planning processes, the report serves as a vital decision making tool for current and potential developers in the city. Having up-to-date and accurately analysed data in relation to development rates and property markets will assist in determining where and how to stage development.

A pilot interactive web viewer has also been developed using a selected subset of the analysis to provide an example of how this information can be presented to a broader audience. Simply click this link to activate the pilot interactive web viewer

Lockyer Valley Regional Council Drive Time Analysis

Walker Geospatial & Data Analysis was contracted by Resource Innovations to produce 20 and 25 minute drive time maps for feasibility analysis of two new potential Lockyer Valley Regional Council waste facility sites (Queensland). Walker Geospatial & Data Analysis sourced all relevant spatial data layers for the project, comprising property boundaries, place names, road centrelines, road names and local government areas from the Queensland Spatial Catalogue.

Utilising address data supplied by Resource Innovations, Walker Geospatial & Data Analysis created a spatial layer of the two potential waste facility sites along with the location of nine existing Council waste facility sites. The analysis assessed the 20 and 25 minute drive times from the potential new sites using the road network as a basis for time measurement.

The output comprised two thematic maps representing site radiating road centreline drive times along with the corresponding drive time boundaries.

Click an image to download a copy of its respective map.

GeoScienceBC Predictive Mineral Mapping

Walker Geospatial, subcontracting through Telemark Geosciences, provided the predictive thematic mapping for GeoScience British Columbia’s Advanced Analysis of the QUEST-South Stream Sediment Geochemical Data project.

The research project generated a series of predictive maps based on probability estimates for various mineral deposit types in BC’s South Central Region. The research is based on combining existing stream sediment geochemical analyses and various classes of mineral deposit types from the BC MINFILE database. The resultant maps provide insight into where increased mineral resource potential was identified with measures of likelihood (probability).

The purpose of this research and the mapping output is to assist companies, governments, communities and indigenous groups with making decisions about mineral exploration activities. It is expected these findings and outputs will create new mineral exploration activity within the British Columbia study area.

For further information relating to this project, please visit:
http://www.geosciencebc.com/projects/2018-016/
http://www.geosciencebc.com/i/pdf/Roundup2020/2018-016%20-%20RoundUp_2020_poster_final.pdf

A sample of the mapping can be viewed by clicking on the image.
These are only a few examples of projects undertaken