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2006 Schedule

International Symposium on Advances in GIS

FROM: 10/11/2006 TO: 11/11/2006
Arlington, Virginia, USA
In 2006, ACM-GIS comes full circle and returns to where it started: Arlington, Virginia. The 2006 International Symposium of ACM GIS will be the fourteenth of a series of symposia/workshops that began in 1993 with the aim of bringing together researchers, developers, users, and practitioners carrying out research and development in novel systems in which geospatial data and knowledge is central. The symposium has a tradition of fostering interdisciplinary discussions and research in all aspects of geographic information systems. It provides a forum for original research contributions and practical system design, implementation, and applications of spatial database technology and GIS.
http://www.itc.nl/acmgis06
 

Symposia at the 18th World Congress of Soil Science 12

1.0A New Frontiers in Soil Resource Assessment
Monday, 10 July 2006
1:15 - 3:15 PM
Convention Center Exhibition Hall A
Second Floor

 

Advanced Technology in Soil Mapping - Training

February 28 – March 4, 2005

BLM National Training Center, Phoenix, AZ

Objective:

The training will provide participants with skills needed to effectively apply concepts of digital mapping using appropriate technology and resources to enhance soil mapping techniques, data evaluation, and product delivery

Additional Information:

http://www.ntc.blm.gov/ Click in succession on DOI Training catalog, classes by member organization, BLM classes, and date next to course name.

Contact:

Bill Ypsilantis, BLM, 303-236-3404, bill_ypsilantis@blm.gov
 

Introduction to Digital Remote Sensing

March 2005

(check website http://www.nedc.nrcs.usda.gov/catalog/schedule.html for updated schedules)

Objective:

This course introduces employees to remotely sensed digital imagery, with a focus on evaluating, selecting, procuring, interpreting, and utilizing digital imagery for NRCS applications. It includes an introduction to digital image processing techniques in a GIS environment and a review of global positioning systems (GPS) technology.

Additional Information:

http://www.nedc.nrcs.usda.gov/catalog/introdigital.html

Contact:

Dave Drennan, dave.drennan@ftw.usda.gov