There a few sources of freely available tectonic plate data that is available in various GIS data formats
The Landsat series of satellites has been imaging the Earth’s surface for nearly 50 years, providing vital imagery for a range of purposes from the natural sciences to civil administration and conflict monitoring. NASA and the USGS recently announced that the next iteration of the program, Landsat 9, is due to launch in 2020.
As 2016 comes to a close, it’s time to start turning your attention to the upcoming New Year and reflect on what steps to you can take to improve your GIS skills and participate more in the geospatial community.
Researchers analyzed Census data to map out commuter megaregions in the United States.
Whether you are looking for gifts for Christmas, Hanukah, Kwanzaa, Festivus, or just looking for a special gift for any time of the year, here are some gift ideas for a range of budgets. From silly to serious, find the perfect GIS gift idea on this list.
Guerrilla Cartography is seeking maps for its upcoming Water: An Atlas project. Submission deadline is October 31, 2016.
Anthony Calamito, Chief Evangelist at open source GIS company, Boundless, explores how companies can harness the power of their open source GIS systems by building hybrid architectures that include their existing software.
Jonathan Goldman explains in this tutorial how to extract an open data feed from a civic data portal and pull it into Google Sheets, and then map it quickly using Geosheets.
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.