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GIS & Geospatial Data

Information about GIS Day, 2019 at the U of A

Geospatial Specialist

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Kiri Carini
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International GIS Day, 2019 at the University of Arizona

The UA Libraries will be hosting a morning workshop and afternoon talks showcasing all of the ways GIS is and can be used in research and teaching at the University of Arizona. Stop by the Room 112 in the Instructional Learning Center on Nov 13th, 2019 to learn more about GIS and reach users on campus who have already embraced the power of spatial analysis!

RECORDINGS OF MOST* OF THE PRESENTATIONS ARE AVAILABLE HERE:

  1. Humanistic Mapping
  2. CyVerse and Drone Data: An Open Source Pipeline for Agricultural Drone Data
  3. A Butterfly's Journey North: Using Citizen Science Data to Build Temporally-Explicit Species Distribution Models of an Insect Pollinator & Host Plants
  4. Evaluating Desert Riparian Habitat Restoration Using UAVs in the Colorado River Delta, Mexico
  5. Length of the Growing Season Responds to the Jet Stream Above
  6. Mapping Old Tucson Studios
  7. Processing Large UAV Datasets on High Performance Computers and Cloud Infrastructure
  8. Career Discovery: The Power of GIS Introduction in Undergraduate  Courses
  9. Deriving Colors from Data for Use in Ecological Features Maps

*Some talks were not recorded

Materials from the Python workshop can be found here: https://alex-pakalniskis.github.io/ua-gis-day-2019/

 

 

When: 9am - 4:30pm : November 13, 2019

Where: ILC 112, https://maps.arizona.edu/room/?room=0112&bldg=0070.00

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