Are you searching for standard 7.5 minute USGS DEMs? You may have already discovered that the USGS no longer makes these data available for free download via FTP or any other mechanism for that matter.
Archives for February 2004
The Geographic Names Information System (GNIS), developed by the USGS in cooperation with the U.S. Board on Geographic Names (BGN), contains information about almost 2 million physical and cultural geographic features in the United States and its territories.
On February 29, 2004 Spatial Media LLC “turned on” GISuser.com welcoming the geospatial user community… we are sure that this is the start of something very special.
ASPRS maintains a certification process for: Certified Photogrammetrist Certified Mapping Scientist – Remote Sensing Certified Mapping Scientist – GIS/LIS Certified Photogrammetric Technologist Certified Remote Sensing Technologist Certified GIS/LIS Technologisthttp://www.asprs.org/membership.html
The University of Washington, Tacoma offers courses leading to a certificate in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). It is co-administered by the Urban Studies and Environmental Science programs. http://www.tacoma.washington.edu/urban_studies/GIS.htm
The GIS Certificate Program is intended for those who with a Bachelor degree in a relevant field, recent coursework and/or work experience in GIS , and with an interest in using GIS as a problem solving tool. USF is also offering continuing education courses in GIS, including an introductory level course which meets the entrance […]
The Geographical Information Science (GIS) Certificate Program is a structured interdisciplinary Certificate Program offered through the Graduate College. It is built on GIS coursework currently being taught at Arizona State University (ASU). Students who earn the Certificate will exit the program with standardized skill sets based on “Learning Outcomes” associated with each required course. This […]
The Certificate in Geographic Information Systems provides the necessary skills to apply GIS effectively and competently in a variety of areas. It consists of 16 undergraduate credit hours (GEO 2426. Fundamentals of GIS; GEO 2427, Management & Implementation of GIS; GEO 4426, Advanced GIS I; GEO 4427, Advanced GIS II) of GIS course work offered […]
The Penn State World Campus Certificate Program in GIS is a noncredit program designed to meet the needs and busy schedules of full-time professionals. Students earn the Certificate of Achievement in GIS by successfully completing four courses. Most courses are offered four times a year, starting in January, April, July, and October. Most courses are […]
Training 4 GIS is the professional GIS development programme from The GeoInformation Group, the UK’s leading supplier of geographic imagery products. Since its launch in 1997, the course has been updated and modified on a regular basis to ensure that students gain a full appreciation of the principles of GIS whilst developing practical skills using […]