Wow, dejavu! Here we are almost 3 years to the day on a Sunday morning as I find myself searching around for some real-time imagery and data showing a major Hurricane headed towards the Louisiana Gulf Coast.
Archives for August 2008
DENVER, August28, 2008 – The University of Denver is now offering a Master’s Degree in Geographic Information Sciences through a partnership between University College, the school of professional and continuing studies, and the Department of Geography at the University of Denver.
GeoEye-1 Satellite Launch to be Broadcast on the Internet
Real-time flooding and storm surge information is available as Tropical Storm Gustav approaches the Gulf Coast by visiting the interactive US Geological Survey (USGS) Water Hazards Map.
The five-satellite RapidEye constellation was successfully launched onboard Dnepr from Baikonur, Kazakhstan at 0715 UTC today.
Web Seminar Next Month Will Focus on the Software’s New Security Methods
A clever app enabling users to upload and share GPS tracks via Google Earth. Store and share your GPS tracks, and a tip… you can even import your Nokia N95 Sports Tracker trips into the application as well!
ESRI Offers a Free ArcGIS 9.3 Seminar for Improving an Entire GIS Workflow – Attendees Will Learn How to Be More Productive with ArcGIS
O’Reilly’s Tenth Annual OSCON Explores Open Source’s Dynamic Future- Open Source Community Prepares for Challenges and Opportunities Ahead
Register by Aug. 31 to Save $200 with the Early Bird Discount