OceanWise, supported by the Association for Geographic Information (AGI), hosts its popular annual Data Management & GIS Workshop on Wednesday 22 November 2017, at The School of Economic Science, 11 Mandeville Place, London W1U 3AJ.
OceanWise is very sorry to hear the announcement that SeaZone will no longer be selling or renewing licences for HydroSpatial or any of its other marine mapping data.
Ecologically-Important Area Conserved and Preserved; Public Access and Recreation Expanded
From Esri… This Esri Interactive Map presents the enriched Shakemap of the M 7.1 Earthquake near Puebla, Mexico to show the potential impact to population and households in the area.
Many companies and people from the GIS, mapping, surveying, and geotech community have sprung into action to help with the response and relief effort from recent disasters. If you or your company (or one you know of) have provided resources or are willing to provide resources to help, please provide details here. Note: in addition […]
NASA and NOAA satellites have been providing valuable satellite imagery to forecasters at the National Hurricane Center, and revealed that Hurricane Irma has strengthened to a Category 5 hurricane on Sept. 5 around 8 a.m. EDT (1200 UTC).
The before-and-after imagery slider on Woolpert’s website allows local, state and federal officials and the public to navigate and enhance sites in Houston in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
The impacts of Hurricane Harvey are being felt far and wide. As the rain continues to fall, and flood waters rise, an army of citizen-rescuers are answering the call. They are bringing their boats to bear and are plunging into waist-deep waters to help those in their communities. While it’s not possible for all of […]
On Friday evening, August 25, Hurricane Harvey slammed into the Gulf Coast of Texas, just southwest of Houston. The hurricane packed sustained winds in excess of 130 miles per hour, and has since been identified as the largest single rainmaking event in Continental U.S. history, with totals in some areas exceeding 50”.
WASHINGTON – More than 12,400 employees from more than 17 federal departments and agencies are working together in support of the ongoing response to damages resulting from Hurricane Harvey and subsequent flooding across Texas and Louisiana.