Historic Photography Retake Project

James Hastings and Ray Turner's "Changing Mile" inspired George Gruell, the wildlife biologist for the Teton National Forest, to assess the condition and trend of wildlife habitat with repeat photography. His work, from 50 years ago, is the inspiration and foundation for this project.

Historic Imagery Project  - Web map App showing locations of historical photo retakes with embedded photos, comparison sliders, and viewsheds. USFS.MAPS.ARCGIS.COM
 

Gros Ventre Valley from Turpn Hill in 1899, 1971, and 2015 comparing vegetation growth over time.   



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