GIS DAY 2011
Presentations and posters focused on GIS usage within the State's municipalities, educational system, and various state agencies and also the how Effective GIS was used during the recent two dissasters that faced the state this year. GIS professionals, vendors, and students attended from across the State and took advantage of the opportunity to learn from each other and to observe various presentations. The GIS Day activities concluded, with the monthly GIS Council meeting where sixth grader Michael Borecki form Middlesex Middle School in Darien was recognised by the council and presented a legislative citation from Terri Woods, State Representative form Darien/Norwalk for his achievement in winning the 2011 Connecticut Geography Bee sponsored by the Connecticut Geographic Alliance
Please select any of the links below to review presentations, and pictures from the day.
- "Wizarddry of FlexViewer in Arc GIS Server 10," - ESRI
- "Using a Map When the Lights Go Out- GIS and Storm ecovery," - Town of Midford
- "Highlighting GIS Applications for Coastal and Environmental Management," -DEEP
- "USGS Products for Large Scale Emergencies," - USGS
- "The Numbers Are In: 2010 Census for Connecticut," - CT University Data Center (UCONN MAGIC)
- "Using GIS for Shellfish Resource Management," - Department of Agriculture Bueau of Aquaculture
- "Huricane Irene - Making Sense of the Remote sensing Effort," - HIFLD Working Group
GIS Day Posters:
GIS Council Meeting:
The GIS Council held the final meeting of 2011 in the LOB. All meetings, including this one, are open to the public; this meeting adjourned at 4:30pm. A draft copy of the minutes is available for review by selecting: November 17, 2011 minutes
and scrolling down the page until you find the date.
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