Using the Map
- Switch basemaps
- Use the Identify tool
- Navigate to area of interest
- Zoom to coordinates
- Search a feature
- Measure a feature
Generate a Conservation Planning Report
Create a Project – Using Drawing Tools
- Create Project
- Select project type
- Draw a project with at least two parts
- Show Preview of Project Screening Area (Buffer)
- Complete project forms
Create a Project – Using Shapefile/Resource
- Start Project creation
- Add Shapefile or use existing resource
- Select a feature from resource for analysis
- Modify shape with Buffer tool
- Modify shape with Erase tool
- Open My Projects
- View Project Info
- View Project Receipt
- Edit Contact Info and Project Details
- Upload Documents
- Edit/View Project
- Finalize Project
- View Project Status
- Re-run a Project
- Review and Questions
Each of the following scenarios represents a typical procedure that you might need to carry out using Conservation Explorer. Describe the steps you would take to complete them. Note: there may be more than one answer.
- Example Scenario 1: Customer needs to locate his/her area of interest on the map to draw the project footprint. Answer:
- Click on Find address or place box.
- Type a place name or address, example Harrisburg, PA.
- Press Enter.
- Click on the “x” to clear the search and remove the marker.
- Scenario 2: Customer needs to add a resource to the map and select a feature from the added resource to generate a PNDI receipt and a conservation planning report.
- Scenario 3: Customer needs to modify the footprint of an existing project.
- Scenario 4: Customer needs to turn on/off the satellite image and zoom to various map scales to verify a project location.
- Scenario 5: Customer needs to query a list of parks, zoom to the park of interest, select the park, and edit the shape to create a project footprint with one or more parts.
- Scenario 6: Customer needs to be able to change Information in his/her profile.
- Scenario 7: Customer needs to determine how many Class A streams are within 25 miles of a Bald Eagle State Park using a spatial search.
- Scenario 8: Reviewer needs to locate a project using filters, e.g., project type, title, ID, date, contact name, etc.
- Scenario 9: Reviewer needs to view project footprint on the map, add notes to a project folder and email info to the applicant.