The 2019 SCGIS annual conference Early Bird registration date has been extended by one week! Extension: Early Bird registration offer ends on March 22, 2019. https://scgis.org/conference/30 Theme: Bridging the Nature-Human Divide Location: Asilomar Conference Center, Monterey, CA Date: July 14 – 17, 2019 (preconference workshops on July 14) Call for […]
Author: Ross Baldwin
What will climate where you live feel like in 60 years? Over the next few decades, global climate is expected to undergo a dramatic transformation in an ongoing response to greenhouse gas emissions. What do we expect future climate to feel like and how might this change if we reduce […]
Magnetic declination is an important concept for accurate navigation. A compass will always point along the lines of magnetic force (which converge on what are called the magnetic poles). The angle between the direction of force and the direction of the geographic north pole is called the declination.
Today, there are three big ways that lidar products differ from one another. And after laying these approaches out, it’s easier to grasp the technology of nine leading lidar companies.
For the government officials using geospatial information systems to make government work more efficiently, understanding business goals is key, according to two GIS leaders.
Society for Conservation GIS will be holding its annual Holiday Party at WeWork in Midtown on December 20 from 6-8:30 pm
An employee in this class is responsible for performing work of a professional nature in the maintenance of the Real Property Tax Map, the design and update of the Real Property Tax Service Agency’s database and the implementation of special Geoscience projects.
Suffolk County Department of Economic Development and Planning is seeking a CARTOGRAPHER (PLANNING) in Hauppauge, NY
A viral video released in late October asked a straightforward question that any grade schooler should be able to answer: Who owns the Statue of Liberty – New York or New Jersey? As it turns out, the answer is not as simple as saying “New York” and moving on.
We are looking to update the Long Island GIS logo. Do you think you have a slick idea that will knock the socks off of the User Group. Please submit logo ideas to LIGISinfo@gmail.com for a chance to win (TBD).