Go to https://www.esri.com/en-us/arcgis/products/arcgis-storymaps/contest/overview for more information.
The University Consortium for Geographic Information Science (UCGIS) will be hosting a poster session at its 2020 Symposium in Honolulu, Hawaii. We invite you to share your research and activities from across the geospatial sciences.
Helpful article by Esri’s Joseph Kerski about collecting-mapping-and analyzing field data: https://naaee.org/eepro/blog/collecting-mapping-and-analyzing-field
Here’s an interesting example of GIS, crowdsourcing, and public participation. The USGS is looking for volunteers to compare pre- and post-storm photos of the East Coast for Hurricane Sandy and Hurricane Joaquin. It takes 2-3 minutes per photo and does a good deed for US coastal science. http://coastal.er.usgs.gov/icoast/index.php
Thank you to the participants in the recent Crowd-Sourced Crisis Mapping workshop. For more information about crisis mapping in Nepal, visit the following sites: MapGive USGS Event page IRIS teachable moment page Tomnod Open Street Maps Tasking Manager Stanford University’s Map4Nepal Resources page
Audubon Texas will be hiring a GIS intern that will be working out of our Texas City office. If you know of a recent graduate or student still in school, please pass along! This intern will have the opportunity to learn some very high-level, advanced GIS techniques and will be working with LiDAR Data and … Read moreGIS Intern position in Texas
The World Health Organization (WHO) has requested the assistance of GISCorps to support their West Africa Ebola response activities. WHO is the United Nations agency responsible for directing, coordinating, and leading health activities within the United Nations system and around the world. For the Ebola crisis, WHO and the UN have established the first-ever UN … Read moreGISCorps Volunteers needed to assist World Health Organization Ebola Response