Yang Zhang, associate professor, and Matthew W. McBroom, professor, with Stephen F. Austin State University, provide a brief systematic introduction to KML (Keyhole Markup Language) files.
Research on how to best implement GIS education for K-12 has looked at the use of web-based GIS and data that is understandable at different levels.
Growing collection of interesting and notable quotes relating to GIS, cartography, maps, and geography.
The new edition of “Making Maps” contains over 40 pages of new content, over 35 new maps, and updated and expanded discussions on a variety of topics including when mapping is inappropriate, time and mapping, and geodata locational services and privacy.
While GIS offers a way to digitize detailed historical records and maps, it can also provide a new way to understand history and trends over time.
The use of new data models has allowed more traditional GIS data models to be integrated with those used in atmospheric science.
This step-by-step guide developed by staff at TravelTime shows how to draw a travel time polygon, filter points of interest by travel time and deliver A to B routing information all in one API call.
This article takes a look at methods which demonstrate the wide and growing field of crime prevention utilizing spatial and GIS approaches.
A computer algorithm has been developed at Stanford University that allows researchers to determine groundwater levels over large geographical areas using satellite imagery.
The United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation recently launched a Universal GEOINT certification program.
Sangeeta Deogawanka discusses what it takes to develop a career in Geointelligence whether it be in security, intelligence, policy analysis, first response, technology, software development or consulting.