The UC ANR Informatics and Geographic Information Systems Statewide Program (IGIS) is pleased to announce that it has finalized the schedule of workshops that it will be offering for spring 2015. This series of agriculture and natural resources-oriented geographic information systems, remote sensing and global positioning system training workshops will be held at a variety of venues around California.
Please visit http://igis.ucanr.edu/IGISTraining for the schedule of upcoming events and to find a workshop near you.
For more information about IGIS, please visit http://igis.ucanr.edu.
The UC ANR Informatics and GIS Statewide Program (IGIS) is pleased to announce that it will be offering workshops on GIS for Agriculture and Web Mapping, on Feb. 17 and 18, at the UC ANR building at 2801 Second Street in Davis. Please visit http://igis.ucanr.edu/igiscomponents/Training to register and to read detailed descriptions of these workshops, and/or see the attached announcement fliers.
These will be the first two of a series of four-hour long GIS, Remote Sensing and GPS training workshops that IGIS will be offering across.../span>
In honor of Worldwide GIS Day, the UC ANR Informatics and GIS Statewide Program (IGIS) is pleased to announce that it will be offering a series of four-hour-long GIS, remote sensing and GPS training workshops across California between January and June 2015.
To see detailed descriptions of these workshops, visit http://ucanr.edu/sites/IGIStraining/WORKSHOP_DESCRIPTIONS. To help assess demand for the training curriculum and to determine when and where these workshops will be held, please answer the six multiple-choice questions...
The new Informatics and Geographic Information Systems Statewide Program (IGIS) was launched to assist and advance research and extension activities by providing Informatics and GIS tools and applications through an online Web-accessible portal.
The IGIS team needs your input to design this resource for efficient and helpful delivery of information and GIS support. Please take a few minutes to complete the “Survey of Informatics and GIS Needs, Knowledge and Data Availability” at http://ucanr.edu/sites/IGIS/IGIS_Survey. If you don’t see the survey section on the website, scroll down.
This short and comprehensive survey...
We are pleased to announce the development of a new statewide program called the ANR Informatics and Geographic Information Systems Statewide Program (IGIS). IGIS will organize, digitize and make Web-accessible some of California’s longest continuous data pertaining to agriculture and natural ecosystems, including weather and productivity related to management inputs — concrete data for modeling responses to change across the state.
IGIS will be supported and directed by a leadership team including Maggi Kelly (director), Lisa Fischer, Karl Krist and Joni Rippee, with key staff Shane Feirer, Kris Lynn-Patterson and Todd Perez. The responsibilities of the leadership team are to maintain IGIS...