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Fall Virtual Event and Annual Meeting
Was a huge success. 10/31/21 Recording Available!
NYS GIS Association News
Russell Urban-Mead led the crafting of a broad and complex technical scope of work involving multiple communities across New York State and then built a strong team of consultants with GIS and Planning expertise in support of the joint NYS Department of Environmental...
A new job has been added to the NYS GIS Association website. Visit the GIS Job Postings page to view GIS jobs. The NYS GIS Association is your source for GIS jobs in NYS!
2021 Geospatial Application Award: Mapping NYC COVID-19 Community Transmission via Hospital Workers, Funded by New York University
Delphine Protopapas, Brooklyn Technical High School (left), Ron Alweiss, Ramaz High School (right) In the Spring of 2020, COVID-19 pandemic transformed New York City’s hospitals, with as many as 1,673 single-day, new admissions for COVID treatment and many more for...
Aidan Ackerman, Assistant Professor (left), Colin Beier, Associate Professor (middle), Michael Mahoney, Ph.D. Student (right) As geospatial analysis becomes increasingly important across fields, analysts are regularly expected to perform large-scale reproducible...
The latest post from NYS GIS Association member Sam Wear, “NYC H2O: Advocating Cleaner Water through StoryMaps", posted November 16, 2021, is available on his website eSpatially New York. "The city maintains 14 sewage treatment plants covering the five boroughs....
Celebrate GIS Day by supporting events around New York State! Below are just a few of the many opportunities. GIS Day 2021 @ UAlbany Binghamton University - Geography and GIS Core Facility University at Buffalo Virtual Celebration SUNY Cortland Celebrates GIS Day 2021...
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