Asset mapping can be implemented at three levels of analytical depth. While the greatest impact is usually gained from the most comprehensive approach, less intensive efforts are also valuable. The appropriate level of depth will depend upon the goals of the implementing organization, the available financial and human resources, and time constraints. Consideration of these factors should be undertaken in the scoping phase of the project (see discussions via links below).
The three levels of mapping are:
• Mapping Level 1: Asset Identification
• Mapping Level 2: Basic Evaluation
• Mapping Level 3: Comprehensive Assessment
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