June 28, 2004
Interactive Decision Support for Communities
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- Wildfire risk assessment
- Habitat fragmentation evaluation
- Water quality management
Around the Web....
Record Breaking Ice Core May Hold Key to Climate Variation, Scientific American, June 10, 2004--Scientists have successfully drilled through an Antarctic ice sheet to extract the longest ice core ever recovered, according to a report published in the journal Nature.
Simulation Software vs. The Terrorists, Business Week Online, May 25, 2004 - Homeland Security Special Report -- Software simulating the aftermaths of terrorist attacks could grow from less than a $100 million market today to $10 billion a year, estimates Charles Foundyller, CEO of Daratech, a Cambridge (Mass.) consultancy. To reach that size, though, the government must first require owners of high-rise buildings and other structures to create electronic schematics of their buildings. These digital floor plans could then be used for more detailed and elaborate training drills.
Communicating Through A Crisis, Business Week Online, May 25, 2004 - Homeland Security Special Report - The Homeland Security Dept. budgeted $500 million in 2004 just for assessing infrastructure, including telecommunications systems' vulnerabilities and how to remedy them. All told, the department has allocated $8 billion to make sure the different communications networks used by various agencies can work in harmony.
Date: June 28 - 29, 2004
Place: Chicago, IL USA
Discover how GIS technology provides a cost-effective solution for understanding, serving, and growing your customer base by helping you better organize and visualize existing data.
July 12 - 23, 2004
"GeoImagery Bridging Continents" is the theme of this conference. The use of ?GEO-IMAGERY? will play an important role in our future professional activities. New technological developments, particularly in computers have significantly influenced the theory and practice of photogrammetry, remote sensing and SIS.
Date: July 25 - 29, 2004
Place: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
GML Days 2004 is the third annual conference on the OGC Geography Markup Language (GML) and Web Services for GIS.
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