Tavush GIS Project

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Tavush GIS Project
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Project Type(s):



Community Name: Ijevan
Country: Armenia
Volunteer(s) Name: William Dickinson
Volunteer(s) Homestate: Virginia
Year of project approval: 2005
Projects started in Armenia 2005 (5).
Achajur Water Supply Pipeline Mapping, Building sustainable livihoods in Tavush marze, Charentsavan Business Education and Resource Center, Sisian Business Information and Consulting Center, Tavush GIS Project
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Other Projects in Armenia (13).
Achajur Water Supply Pipeline Mapping, Bridge of Hope Computer Education Center, Building sustainable livihoods in Tavush marze, Business Education, Charentsavan Business Education and Resource Center, Community Sports Facility, English Lab Modernization, Gymnasium Restoration Project, Ijevan Bridge of Hope, Secondary School Gymnasium Renovation, Sisian Business Information and Consulting Center, Tavush GIS Project
State Flag of Virginia.svgOther Projects by Volunteers from Virginia (28).
Abomey Secondary School Renovation and Addition, Achajur Water Supply Pipeline Mapping, Assomada Solar Desalination Project, Ballin' in Benin, Mike Bouchard, Building sustainable livihoods in Tavush marze, Community Pre-school and Library, Will Dickinson, Elementary School Improvement, English Language Summer Camp, English Resource Center (Kazakhstan), Volunteers who served in Russia, Russia volunteers, Family Training Center, Feghana Nurses Technical and Non-Formal Education Trainings … further results
Other Independent Projects by Volunteers (13).
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Info about the Tavush GIS Project


Early Work

In 2005 Will Dickinson carried out a project involving GIS training in Tavush, Armenia.

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Doing Training
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Maps of the Village of Achajur
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Will in the field Measuring (July 05)


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'''Device Diagrams'''


Armenian Diagrams and English Diagrams


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GIS experts Gohar and Hakob with Will standing in front of maps generated for BSLT project. (Sept 05)


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GIS center in Gyumri (July 05)


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GIS center in Gyumri (July 05)


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GIS center in Gyumri (July 05)


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GIS center in Gyrumi (July 05)


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Hakob with members of the BSLT team, explaining software. (Sept 05)


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Armen and Gohar working in GIS software Arcview on sample projects in BSLT project office. (9-05)


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Armen and Gohar working in GIS software Arcview on sample projects in BSLT project office. (9-05)


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Gohar and Hakob calibrating a map of Ijevan


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Will and Hakob with a map of Ijevan

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Presentation to the stakeholders in Tavush


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Dr. Boguslawski introduces the presenters

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Hakob works his magic on his digital map of Gyumri


MAPS: of Armenia and Tavush used to explain planning technology and map projection information


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Location of Armenia in the Middle East and Eastern Europe and Central Asia


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The Marzs of Armenia (regions)


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The Tavush region in the northeast corner of Armenia

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DEM (Digital Elevation Model) with regional borders


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A perceptive view of Tavush from the South (Global Mapper)


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A perceptive view of Tavush from the North (Global Mapper)


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A composite of Land stat satellite images of Tavush (UTM)

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The Location of Ijevan, the regional center of Tavush

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The three districts of Tavush.


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District divisions in Tavush.


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Color coded District breakdown.


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Color coded three distinct Breakdown of Tavush. (Longitude/ latitude projection)


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Color coded three distinct Breakdown of Tavush (UTM)


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District breakdown UTM


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Tavush with grid UTM


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Rivers UTM


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Main highways


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Highways and Roads (UTM)


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Highways, Roads, and village access roads (UTM)


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All of Tavush, topographic maps developed by stitching together 1:100,000 maps


CAD Projects

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Diagram for Development of Ditavan (scaled in meters)


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Armen holding a scale bar for scaling various buildings on the Ditvan site.

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Current water source was a tap with no basin. Armen holds a scale bar.

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Current water source was a tap with no basin. Armen holds a scale bar.


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Automobile mounted GPS receivers are an increasingly common sight in AID and Development work across the world.

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