David Cordner holds an M.S. in Resource Management with a Certificate of GIS from Central Washington University, and a B.S. in Landscape Architecture from Rutgers University. In addition to being an Instructional and Classroom Support Technician, he is also Program Director for the Center for Spatial Information and Research.
David has developed several Web-based mapping applications for the Department of Geography and the Center for Spatial Information and Research.
Washington State Lake Associations-Beta
A map of lake association in Washington State. The map shows locations and provides information about each organization.
Historical Aerial Photograph Project
Allows researchers to easily locate, view and download photographs from the historical aerial photograph collection of the Department of Geography at Central Washington University. The project covers the Washington State counties of Benton, Douglas, Grant, Kittitas, and Yakima
A mapping application that allows the public to comment on proposed projects in a spatial context. The project was designed to be highly customizable. The focus of this project is on Puget Sound, but the application can be very easily customized and used to collect local knowledge in any part of the world.
Island County Beach Watchers Coastal Resource Atlas
Allows the public to explore data about plant and animal species collected by Beach Watchers volunteers since approximately 1996. Tools are incorporated for looking at species counts, species richness, beach profiles graphs, substrate graphs and more. The application was designed to work with the current schema of the Beach Watcher's database with no need for alteration.
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