Once again we are shocked and saddened by the devastation of another natural disaster – that caused by hurricane Katrina.
Archives for August 2005
In a posting to the Keyhole BBS, it was recently announced that Google Earth 3.0.0529 is now available
Hurricane Experts Available for Media Interviews; Revised Media Advisory Television Pool Operation Extended
Cartographic Institute of Catalonia Case Study – Express Server enabled the ICC to serve high-quality geospatial imagery at high speed to different users with differing access needs while preserving the image detail that gives value to their products.
Did you know that from your desk you can monitor the effect of Hurricane Katrina on Florida’s waterways? The U.S. Geological Survey’s (USGS) WaterWatch Web site can show you what’s happening to streams in your local area and show you the places most affected by heavy rains expected from the storm. From the Stream to […]
The Utah Automated Geographic Reference Center (AGRC) provides a wide range of Geographic Information System (GIS) support to the State of Utah. AGRC maintains the State Geographic Information Database which includes aerial photography, topo maps, elevation data (DEMs), and numerous other spatial data products.
Smugmug Aims to Conquer the Earth … One Picture at a Time
New Mapping Feature Offers Travelers Interactive Visual View Of Local Destinations
The Texas Natural Resources Information System (TNRIS), a Division of the Texas Water Development Board, is the state’s clearinghouse for maps, aerial photos, and digital natural resources data. TNRIS also serves as a distribution center for U.S. Geological Survey maps and has numerous other map collections available for in-house use or reproduction.
The Land Office provides more than 100 GIS data layers to employees and the public. The agency is also developing desktop and online applications that will combine GIS datasets containing leasing information. GIS data is available for downloading from their website.