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Spatial Informatics Group—Natural Assets Laboratory

Spatial Informatics Group-Natural Assets Laboratory leads and facilitates ecosystem science and conservation projects that link environmental, public safety and economic goals.  Our projects address diverse challenges for climate change adaptation and natural resources conservation.  Started in 2012 as a 501 (c) 3 non-profit, SIG-NAL has unique and powerful flexibility as a collaborating organization on research and implementation of ecosystem projects, from fieldwork and facilitation to remote sensing and cloud computing.  We work collaboratively to advance scientific frontiers of landscape resilience and regenerative ecosystems.

What We Do

Spatial Informatics Group-Natural Assets Laboratory carries out programs and projects that include the following practice areas.

Our team at SIG-NAL comprises a multidisciplinary, cross-professional group of scientists, managers and communicators. We share a dedication to advancing the science and practice of climate change adaptation, ecosystems and natural resource conservation projects that are inclusive and community-centered.

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2529 Yolanda Court

Pleasanton, California 94566

(510) 427-3571

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