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Chet Van Dellen

GIS Coordinator

Nevada Department of Wildlife

HQ Phone:  (775) 688-1500

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Nevada Department of Wildlife

1100 Valley Road

Reno, Nevada,89512

United States

Company Description

The Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) is the state agency responsible for the restoration and management of fish and wildlife resources, and the promotion of boating safety on Nevada's waters. NDOW is organized into seven divisions (law enforcement, game, f...more

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Employment History

GIS and Environmental Specialist

Enviroscientists Inc.


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Questions and comments can be directed to Chet Van Dellen, GIS Coordinator at nvchat@ndow.org.


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Chet Van Dellen, the GIS mapping coordinator for the Nevada Department of Wildlife is pictured Nov. 21, 2013 working on a new, high-tech wilidlife habitat mapping project which the Western Governors Association is unveiling in Las Vegas on Thursday Dec. 12, 2013. The Crucial Habitat Assessment Tool _ or CHAT _ will pull together in one place maps for 16 western states in the hope of encouraging economic development while protecting the region's environmental treasures, from Puget Sound to the Rocky Mountains. (AP Photo/Scott Sonner).
A sample of a new, high-tech wildlife habitat mapping project the Western Governors Association plans to unveil in Las Vegas on Thursday Dec. 12, 2013 is pictured in this photo taken on a computer at the Nevada Department of Wildlife in Reno on Nov. 21, 2013. The Crucial Habitat Assessment Tool _ or CHAT _ will pull together in one place maps for 16 western states in the hope of encouraging economic development while protecting the region's environmental treasures, from Puget Sound to the Rocky Mountains. (AP Photo/Scott Sonner). A sample of a new, high-tech wildlife habitat mapping project the Western Governors Association plans to unveil in Las Vegas on Thursday Dec. 12, 2013 is pictured in this photo taken on a computer at the Nevada Department of Wildlife in Reno on Nov. 21, 2013. The Crucial Habitat Assessment Tool _ or CHAT _ will pull together in one place maps for 16 western states in the hope of encouraging economic development while protecting the region's environmental treasures, from Puget Sound to the Rocky Mountains. (AP Photo/Scott Sonner). Chet Van Dellen, the GIS mapping coordinator for the Nevada Department of Wildlife is pictured Nov. 21, 2013 working on a new, high-tech wilidlife habitat mapping project which the Western Governors Association is unveiling in Las Vegas on Thursday Dec. 12, 2013. The Crucial Habitat Assessment Tool _ or CHAT _ will pull together in one place maps for 16 western states in the hope of encouraging economic development while protecting the region's environmental treasures, from Puget Sound to the Rocky Mountains. (AP Photo/Scott Sonner). "Mining companies like to say, `The gold is where the gold is, that's where we need to go,'" said Chet Van Dellen, GIS coordinator for Nevada's Department of Wildlife. "It really is a pro-development tool," Van Dellen said.


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Chet Van Dellen, the GIS mapping coordinator for the Nevada Department of Wildlife works on a new, high-tech wildlife habitat-mapping project, which the Western Governors Association unveiled Thursday in Las Vegas. The Crucial Habitat Assessment Tool ­- or CHAT - will pull together in one place maps for 16 western states in the hope of encouraging economic development while protecting the region's environmental treasures, from Puget Sound to the Rocky Mountains.
Chet Van Dellen, the GIS mapping coordinator for the Nevada Department of Wildlife works on a new, high-tech wildlife habitat-mapping project, which the Western Governors Association unveiled Thursday in Las Vegas. "Mining companies like to say, 'The gold is where the gold is, that's where we need to go,'" said Chet Van Dellen, GIS coordinator for Nevada's Department of Wildlife. "It really is a pro-development tool," Van Dellen said.


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Chet Van Dellen, the GIS mapping coordinator for the Nevada Department of Wildlife is pictured Nov. 21, 2013 working on a new, high-tech wilidlife habitat mapping project which the Western Governors Association is unveiling in Las Vegas.
"Mining companies like to say, 'The gold is where the gold is; that's where we need to go,'" said Chet Van Dellen, GIS coordinator for Nevada's Department of Wildlife.


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Chet Van Dellen, the GIS mapping coordinator for the Nevada Department of Wildlife is pictured Nov. 21, 2013 working on a new, high-tech wilidlife habitat mapping project which the Western Governors Association is unveiling in Las Vegas on Thursday Dec. 12, 2013. The Crucial Habitat Assessment Tool _ or CHAT _ will pull together in one place maps for 16 western states in the hope of encouraging economic development while protecting the region's environmental treasures, from Puget Sound to the Rocky Mountains. (AP Photo/Scott Sonner).
"Mining companies like to say, 'The gold is where the gold is, that's where we need to go,"' said Chet Van Dellen, GIS coordinator for Nevada's Department of Wildlife. "It really is a pro-development tool," Van Dellen said.


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