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GIS3043C GIS for Environmental Studies Fall 2010 Michael J. Gilbrook, GISP, AICP Frank Salmon, GISP Lecture 14 Wetland Impacts Using Spatial ModelBuilder
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Fall 2010 Lecture #14 Slide Number 2 Overview of Lab #04, Part II Spatial ModelBuilder Objectives: Revise wetland impact analysis approach to include  construction impact zone buffers around factory Use Spatial ModelBuilder to create wetland impact  analysis model in ArcToolbox Run Wetland Impact model using 50 ft buffer around the  factory, evaluate results Revise model by making key inputs and outputs into  user-definable Parameters Run Wetland Impact Tool as a dialog box with 100 ft  buffer setting Compare 50 ft and 100 ft buffer results
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Fall 2010 Lecture #14 Slide Number 3 Create New Toolbox To start creating your own Spatial ModelBuilder tool, right-click on the ArcToolbox and select New Toolbox.
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Fall 2010 Lecture #14 Slide Number 4 Name New Toolbox “Analysis Models” Name your new Toolbox, in this case “Analysis Models.”
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Fall 2010 Lecture #14 Slide Number 5 Add New Model to Toolbox The new Analysis Models toolbox will sort itself alphabetically to a spot near the top of the list. Right-click on it and select New > Model.
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Fall 2010 Lecture #14 Slide Number 6 Model Design Tool Opens The new Model is added under the Analysis Tools toolbox… …and a Model editing window automatically opens.
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Fall 2010 Lecture #14 Slide Number 7 Drag Input Data Layers Into Model To start your model, first drag & drop the two input layers you need to perform the wetland impact analysis. Place them anywhere.
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Fall 2010 Lecture #14 Slide Number 8 Drag Buffer Tool Into Model Next, drag & drop the Buffer tool from ArcToolbox onto the Model palette. It remains white because it’s input needs have not been satisfied.
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Fall 2010 Lecture #14 Slide Number 9 Connect Buffer Tool With Input Data Select the connector tool… …Then click on Factory with the connector tool, then click on Buffer. This establishes the spatial analysis behavior, the Factory layer is to be buffered to create a new Output Feature.
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course GIS 3043 taught by Professor Gilbrook during the Fall '10 term at University of Central Florida.

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