GeoProMT v1.0.3

About GeoProMT

Overview

The Geospatial Project Management Tool (GeoProMT) is a Web-based tool for management of shared geospatial and multi-temporal data such as GIS data and remotely sensed images. Integral to the GeoProMT framework is role-based access control (RBAC), where data access permissions and data users are associated with appropriate roles, enabling efficient collaboration among participants of large interdisciplinary geospatial projects.

The mission of all investigators is the development and integration of user-friendly Geographical Information Science and environmental modeling tools using readily available data sets to support a rapid, practical and effective decision-making in integrated environmental and disaster management.

 

Why use GeoProMT?

Click on the links below to better understand why users choose to use GeoProMT:

Workflow & Dataflow Management
Project & Process Documentation
Classroom Project Management
Collaboration & Data Sharing
NSF Data Management

 

How to Use GeoProMT

Click on the links below to gain valuable insights into how to work within the GeoProMT framework:

Creating an Account
Starting a New Project
Designing a Project
Adding Data to the Workflow
Creating a Transformer
Submitting Feedback


Featured Projects

Title and Description

 

Properties

 

Tools

Vhub - How to Use GeoProMT within Vhub

This project shows how to create a successful Titan2D run using VHub. GeoProMT is used to keep record of all the data and files created. Titan2D is a numerical simulator used successfully to model lahars and pyroclastic density currents. It main input parameter, for a successful run, is a Digital Elevation Model (DEM). This DEM is a GRASS raster file and not everyone uses this Geographic Information System (GIS) package to work with GIS data. Therefore, not everyone is aware of how to convert their current DEM to the specific GRASS file format needed to run Titan2D. The converted DEM is of the Santa Ana Volcano in El Salvador. Open location in Google Maps

To obtain guest access, create your own GeoProMT account and send an email to Jorge V. Bajo.

 

Project Owner: Jorge Bajo
Created On: Thursday, May 13, 2010 07:19 AM
Last Modified: Saturday, March 30, 2013 04:51 PM

 

GeoProMT - How to set up your GeoProMT project

The purpose of this project is to guide interested users to create their own project and start uploading their project design and working on their project. Please give your project a significant title "YEAR YourName YourProjectTitle - YourLocation, YourCountry" (e.g. 2013 Renschler Hazard Assessment - Mt.Etna, Italy). PLEASE NOTE GeoProMT v1.0 is under development. BE AWARE that we invited you to use our server and that we would like you to have the best experience possible to further improve GeoProMT. Our goal is to constantly improve our service to develop a stable and collaborative project environment. Therefore INCLUDE THIS ADDITIONAL PROJECT MANAGER to your list of registered users in your project team by adding them from the drop down menu in "Project Users": support@geopromt.org. Also: DO NOT set your project as "featured" (public access enabled).

For questions send an email to GeoProMT Support.

 

Project Owner: Chris Renschler
Created On: Wednesday, June 1, 2011 08:54 AM
Last Modified: Saturday, March 30, 2013 04:52 PM

 

LESAM - 2008 Geohazard Assessment - Tungurahua, Ecuador

GIS and debris flow modeling were used to evaluate the geological hazards near Banos, Ecuador, nestled in a deep quebrada (ravine) on the flanks of Tungurahua Volcano. Paths and areas of mud flows, pyroclastic flows, lahars and other dangers related to water, volcanic deposits and activity are delineated and mapped. This allows Banos to better understand and recognize high risk areas are located along its road. There are two main roads outfrom Banos that represent possible evacuation routes (Sheridan, 2008). Because Tungurahua Volcano is currently active, one of these routes, located on the volcano's flank, is constantly being closed or damaged due to the dangers mentioned above.

To obtain guest access, create your own GeoProMT account and send an email to Chris Renschler.

 

Project Owner: Jorge Bajo
Created On: Saturday, July 17, 2010 08:54 PM
Last Modified: Monday, February 24, 2014 09:15 AM

 

BOKU - GeoProMT Lecture

Teach Course at BOKU

 

Project Owner: GEOPROMT SUPPORT
Created On: Wednesday, November 25, 2015 07:49 AM
Last Modified: Wednesday, November 25, 2015 07:50 AM