In a collaboration of the US National Science Foundation and the Group on Earth Observations,
the NSF-funded Ocean Research Collaboration Network is proud to announce series of webinars
called “Blue Marvel – Ocean Mysteries.” The series will look at the ocean and its impact on us – from
life in the ocean to human life on Earth.
The next of the lecture series in Blue Marvel Ocean Mysteries is by Simon Allen, on
June 25 at 4PM PDT, 7:00PM EDT (USA time). Information
and registration (no cost) is available at www.oceanmysteries.net. Registration
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From a GIS student: There is a good ISO training site on the GIS Lounge offering Free GIS ISO 191 series webinars through NOAA. Some of the plusses are: All materials offered are public domain for educational purposes (just need to register the number of attendees with NOAA for accurate counts). The webinar includes a workbook containing ISO standards for BIO_metadata, MD_Metadata and MI_metadata, a feature catalog and .uml’s (a plus, as the purchasing each student alone is pricey). The NOAA Webinar hosts are very responsive to ALL questions…installing the webinar link (for the computer challenged).
GeoWorld magazine, in conjunction with LizardTech, is co-hosting a FREE Webinar:
LiDAR Compression: When Datasets are too Large to be Useful
Directions Daily magazine is conducting a no-cost webinar on GEOINT and GEOINT jobs. The webinar is March 27 – Webinar: Jobs in Geospatial Intelligence and the GEOINT Tradecraft . You can register for this webinar at: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/332350770
GEO TECH CENTER:
Remote Sensing is among the fastest growing sectors of the geospatial industry and worthy of consideration by individuals in search of a new career or schools seeking to expand their geospatial curriculum. John Johnson of the GeoTech Center will share his results from a national survey and job analysis on this occupation. He will provide answers and insight into these and other related questions. Join us at 12pm Central for a one hour interactive presentation.
- Who are remote sensing professionals?
- What type of work do they do?
- Where and for whom do they work?
- How do they describe themselves?
- What are their qualifications?
- What are their most important job tasks?
- What are their knowledge and skills?
- Are there entry-level remote sensing jobs?
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ALERT NEW TIME SAVE THE DATE: WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 16th 2011, 1:00PM—2:00PM EST
A Webinar from the National Center for Transit Research’s Transit GIS Clearinghouse: Real-Time Bus Tracking and Customer Information in New York City: MTA’s Open Approach to Doing it Faster and Cheaper
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