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View Resource Virginia Geospatial Extension Program

The Virginia Geospatial Extension Program "provides a comprehensive list of links to outside data sources to support Virginia local government, state agencies, education, and non-profit applications." Links to local Virginia government GIS contacts, higher education resources, federal agencies and other miscellaneous contacts are included on the site. Some data on remote sensing is also included.

View Resource Virginia Community College Geospatial Portal

The VCCS Geospatial Portal serves as a gateway of information for VCCS faculty, students, and others interested in supporting the development of a geospatially literate workforce in Virginia. The VCCS Geospatial Portal supports the efforts of VCCS member colleges by: providing a calendar of geospatial events and activities across the state, developing and promoting geospatial career awareness...

View Resource Center for Spatial Technologies And Remote Sensing (CSTARS)

Based at the University of California at Davis, CSTARS conducts research devoted to "interpretation of remote sensing imagery, applications of geographic information systems, and landscape modeling of vegetation, hydrology, and climatology." The main contribution of the homepage is the collection of research papers (many with hyperlinks) and reports, ranging across the fields of landscape ecology...

View Resource Global Hydrology Resource Center

The Global Hydrology Resource Center (GHRC) of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration provides data ingest, archive, and distribution services for the Global Hydrology and Climate Center (GHCC). Eight categories of online data are available to download using FTP. These include MSFC SSM/I Brightness Temperature, MSFC SSM/I Daily Gridded Products, and MSU Daily/Monthly Anomalies/Annual...

View Resource Image Classification

In this exercise, students get experience with image classification. Images are an increasingly important source of information about land cover and land use over time because comparisons of historic and current images can provide an estimate of change in the landscape.

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