Monthly Archives: November 2012

Municipial LiDAR Webinar

The NE Chapter of USRIA is holding a webinar on the Municipal uses of LiDAR from 1-2pm CST on December 13, 2012. Advertisements

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LiDAR shows Coastline Destruction from Sandy

LiDAR surveys by the USGS of the New Jersey coast after Sandy went through shows up to 10ft of beach loss.

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MnGeo Emergency Preparedness Committee Quarterly Meeting 12/12

The next meeting of the MnGEO Emergency Preparedness Committee quarterly meeting is Thursday December 13 at 2pm-4:30pm. EVENT HIGHLIGHTS: Snap-Shot Presentation: The National Map Corps – Ron Wencl, Geospatial Liaison, USGS EPC Professional Development Hour: The Growing Volunteer Disaster Mapping … Continue reading

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UND disucssing ethics of Unmanned Aircraft use in the US

The University of North Dakota is discussing the ethics of unmanned aircraft use.  This applies to law enforcement and other commercial uses.

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New COMET Module – Satellite Monitoring of Atmospheric Composition

For your Thanksgiving viewing, COMET has released a new module, “Satellite Monitoring of Atmospheric Composition”. Developed in partnership with EUMETSAT, this 1-hour module provides an overview of the main satellite applications in this area, which include monitoring stratospheric ozone and … Continue reading

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Intergraph Webinars 11/13/12

Intergraph has many upcoming and archived webinars on their website covering further processing of photogrammerty and LiDAR.  It is well worth viewing for continuing education.

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ESRI GIS Webinar using Atmospheric Sciences data

ESRI will  be holding a webinar on working with Atmospheric and Ocean data in ArcGIS 10.1 on November 15, 2012.  The webinar will be done three times during the day (9am, 11am and 3pm PST) and no pre-registration is needed.

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