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View Resource GeoCommunity: The Premier Portal For Geospatial Technology Professionals

The GeoCommunity is described as "THE place for the Geographic Information Systems (GIS), CAD, Mapping, and Location-Based industry professionals, enthusiasts, and students to gather." The GIS Education page of the Web site includes more than twenty tutorials gathered from several sources on GIS-related topics. These include everything from Using USGS Digital Elevation Models in ArcView GIS and...

View Resource Library of Congress: Maps in Our Lives

This online exhibit features a selection of various types of maps from the collections of the Library of Congress and the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping (ACSM). Map types include survey maps such as the historic maps of George Washington's farms, a hydrographic survey, Geographic Information System (GIS) map, and a selection of examples of thematic maps, reference maps, recreation and...

View Resource GIS Conversion Tools: Bureau of Economic Geology.

This Web site provides a helpful tool from the University of Texas Bureau of Economic Geology for the irksome need to convert units of measurement. What's notable about this site is that it includes common length and area conversions as well as less frequently used units of decimal degrees; radians; degrees, minutes, and seconds; units of scale; and GPS time. The site is actually a conversion...

View Resource Bathymetry, Sidescan Sonar Image, Surface Sediments, and Surficial Geological Map of the Inner Shelf

This site is a USGS open file report that includes data in the form of imagery, bathymetry, samples, and geologic interpretive coverages. Sidescan sonar mosaic imagery is featured (.gif). The area mapped extends from Sarasota Point to Buttonwood Harbor and offshore between approximately three-meter and thirteen-meter water depths.

View Resource GRASS GIS

The GRASS GIS Homepage Web site offers the free Geographical Information System (GIS) software that was originally created as a tool for land management and environmental planning for the military. Geographic Resources Analysis Support System (GRASS) is used for data management, image processing, graphics production, spatial modeling, and visualization of many types of data with a wide range of...

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