introduction

Evolving Education, Geography, Geomatics & going beyond “What is the Capital of?” in Canada

When I was in high school I developed an interest in geography as a field of study and perhaps a…

Canadian Forestry: Landscape Mapping of Whole Tree Inherent Wood Properties

Introduction The forest industry is undergoing a major shift in how it conducts business due mainly from increased competition from…

A GIS Postgraduate’s Journal – April 21, 2013

April 21, 2013 Two semesters done ..almost. Five more exams to write in a five-day period, and then I’ll have…

Lindsay Short: The Ins and Outs of Being a Young GIS Professional

Historically, jobs in GIS were few and women in these roles were even fewer. While there are a growing number…

Click, Trip and Away!

In honor of international Women’s day on March 8th, GoGeomatics will feature interviews and articles by women about women in…

Data and Systems at the Weather Network

In honour of International Women’s day on March 8th, GoGeomatics will feature interviews and articles by women about women in…

A GIS Postgraduate’s Journal – December 17, 2012

December 17, 2012 To say that the past semester of school flew by is an understatement. I am still slightly…

Extraterrestrial Geomatics: An interview with Dr. Nancy McKeown

I recently interviewed Dr. Nancy McKeown, who in 2010, gave a talk at the SETI Institute entitled: What Clays Can…

University of New Brunswick Surveying: James Secord

Here, we will be speaking with Dr. James M. Secord. He is the Director of Undergraduate Studies in Geomatics in…

A GIS Postgraduate’s Journal – September 25, 2012

September 25, 2012 Growing up, my life ambitions changed almost daily, not unlike most young children. Nearing the end of…

A to B – (A Geographers Journey) Part 3

A – B Part 3 Mrs. Jordan, Mr. Heinze, Mr. McLelland, Mr. Cleve, Mr. Polianato these are some of the…

Out of Place — An Introduction

I know things that others don’t, I feel things that others can’t And yet its not part of this time…