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Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve Interactive Science Atlas

Last week, I was forwarded a YouTube video produced by Ian Manning. Ian works at the Applied Geomatics Research Group…

My COGS GIS Education, Part II

In my first article, I introduced the how and why I chose to attend COGS from the fall of 2014…

RAC launches online Canadian Rail Atlas

One hundred and fifty years after Confederation launched the idea of a railway that would unite the country, the Railway…

Literary Peregrinations: Geographers as Explorers

While I was reading Andrea Wulf’s “The Invention of Nature. Alexander von Humboldt’s New World”. I noted a comment on…

Countdown to Launch: DigitalGlobe’s WorldView-4 Earth Imaging Satellite

Final preparations are underway at Lockheed Martin to ship DigitalGlobe’s WorldView-4 earth imaging satellite to Vandenberg Air Force Base for…

JMap provides instant access to all of the Canadian railway network’s geospatial data

K2 Geospatial, a leading geospatial software company and the editor of JMap, is pleased to announce the creation of the…

A Shared Vision

Every year, a small team of Esri staff come to COGS to recruit new talent. As part of the interview…

East View Secures New Partnership Agreement with Valtus

MINNEAPOLIS – March 1, 2016 – East View Geospatial is excited to announce an agreement with Valtus Imagery Services, part of…

The Real Thing: Robert Maher Examines the Book “The Real Thing” by Briony Penn

Over Christmas, I had the opportunity to go ‘off island’. One of the pleasures of visiting Victoria, British Columbia is…

Local Action & Geomatics: the Gowgaia Institute on Haida Gwaii

This blog is a sequel to last month’s discussion on ‘think global, act local‘. It looks at the the Gowgaia…

GIS: Adventures in Historical Mapping

This article focuses on the process of creating a very out-of-date map in GIS. Lots has gone on since I…

Cumberland County, Maine USA

Interview: Canadian Cartographer in Australia

GoGeomatics has reached all the way across the world to Australia to interview our next guest. Today we have a discussion with Jennifer Johnston whom has taken the time to talk about some of her Cartography experiences and what she thinks about the Geomatics industry.