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This site from SERC\'s Starting Point explains how to use GIS in introductory geoscience course lectures, laboratories, and exercises. The site provides information and links on how to bypass GIS barriers, available...
This classroom activity, which centers on documenting the exact location of a meteorite in Antarctica, introduces students to the technology of Global Positioning Systems (GPS). The printable five-page handout includes...
This is the home page of the Quaternary Geographic Information System (GIS) Laboratory at the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research (INSTAAR) at the University of Colorado. The laboratory supports quantitative spatial...
The National Map Corps consists of citizens who devote some of their time to provide mapping information to the U.S. Geological Survey. Volunteers may download a guide that provides instructions on how to collect and...
The University Navstar Consortium (UNAVCO) Boulder facility has developed a Global Positioning System (GPS) Site Motion Vector Archive. Precise motions of points on the Earth, made with continuous or episodic GPS...
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