Gorilla research in Musanze, Rwanda

In previous posts here1 and here2, I discussed a (then future) trip to Rwanda to help with GIS and gorilla research.

I cannot say enough good about the experience. The people of Rwanda are warm and welcoming, the research team at Karisoke (Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International) hard working, brilliant, and fun. For now we’ll do some pictures to give flavor. Then I’ll build out the narrative and code in the next few blog posts:

Mount Mgahinga over Musanze Town
Mount Mgahinga over Musanze Town
Mount Sabinyo over Musanze Town
Mount Sabinyo over Musanze Town

 

Class on QGIS, First Day

A little Karisoke Soccer/Football. No GIS Managers were injured in the filming of this video:

 

Samedi Mucyo working on some QGIS2ThreeJS for visualizing Golden Monkey ranging data
Potato fields below Mount Bisoke

Stay tuned for more!

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