NatureServe VistaEntry ID: NATURESERVE_VISTA
Abstract: NatureServe Vista is an extension to ArcGIS that supports complex assessment and planning in any environment, anywhere that has data sufficient for your planning needs. The tool helps managers and planners assess impacts on a variety of natural, cultural, and development objectives, and create options for sites, and entire landscapes and seascapes.
Vista supports decision-making by providing ... quantitative reports and maps, and allows testing of “what-if” situations on the fly. The tool combines data, expert knowledge, and stakeholder values to support development of well-documented and defensible solutions. Vista supports ongoing, routine, plan implementation, and adaptive management. Vista is an ideal tool for implementing the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation. Vista also works well with a variety of other tools to integrate other functions, such as solution optimization, ecosystem services valuation, and sector-specific suitability analysis and planning.
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Access Constraints Registration is required before downloading NatureServe Vista.
Use Constraints For the near term, Vista will remain free for academic, non-profit, and government agencies using Vista for their own organizational purposes.
Commercial use of Vista by any organization will require payment of an annual license fee and a required training and support program for the first year. Commercial use is defined as any use of Vista by the user for another party conducted for a fee regardless of type of organization. If you include NatureServe on your project team we will negotiate a reduction or waiver of the annual license fee.
Price: $2,500 plus training and support fees for first year. Please see the "starter package" and price appropriate for your organization type on the Training and Support page.
Role: TECHNICAL CONTACT
Email: patrick_crist at natureserve.org
2108 55th Street Suite 220
Province or State: CO
Postal Code: 80301
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