Announcing ESRI ArcGIS I: Introduction to GIS, and ArcGIS II: Tools and Functionality for ArcGIS 10.1 in during the week of August 25 - 29, 2014 here at UAF. ArcGIS I will be held on Monday and Tuesday (8/25 - 2/26/14), followed by ArcGIS II on Wednesday - Friday (8/27 - 8/29/14).
Course descriptions can be found on our website at
to enroll/reserve seats or with any questions you may have regarding course content.
Please note the enrollment deadline to ensure we have enough time to order enough course materials for all students enrolled. The enrollment deadline for these courses will be Friday August 15th (8/15/2014).
Thank you, and hope to see you in class,
Committee Room 4
Meeting started on Wednesday 9 July at 10.39am. Ended at 12.12pm
Jane Rumble, Head of Polar Regions Department, Foreign and Commonwealth Office; Henry Burgess, Deputy Head of Polar Regions Department, Foreign and Commonwealth Office; Martin Molloy, Senior Executive Officer, United Nations, OSCE and Arctic Policy, Ministry of Defence; and Debbie Brothers, Deputy Head of Bilateral Relations, NATO and Europe Policy, Ministry of Defence
Devil’s Canyon, AK - LiDAR point cloud texture rendered using high resolution digital ortho-photography, displayed over the same ortho-photography draped over Digital Terrain Model (DTM) data generated from the same LiDAR dataset.
These images were built using QT Modeler v 8.0… To borrow an expression from Napoleon Dynamite, flippin sweet software!
A quote from Jay Cable about Devil’s Canyon - “Class V+, death water!”
Article giving kudos to Mitch@GINA for excellent support of UAF snow researcher Matthew Sturm this last winter.
We have received 2m DEMs derived from DigitalGlobe imagery for the EPSCoR Alaska ACE test cases. Here is one example. Can you guess where this is located?
GOES-14 SRSOR: severe thunderstorms over the central Plains
From the CIMSS Satellite Blog:
The GOES-14 satellite continued to be in Super Rapid Scan Operations for GOES-R (SRSOR) mode on 11 May 2014, capturing the development of thunderstorms along a dryline that stretched from the Texas Panhandle into far southwestern Kansas. As a southward-moving cold front intersected this dryline, McIDAS images of 1-minute interval GOES-14 0.63 µm visible channel data… read more
Interesting post by our colleagues in Madison, Wisconsin.