Landsat 5 continues to suffer from technical problems limiting image acquisition capabilities.
The State Cartographer’s Office and UW-Eau Claire have launched a research project to examine the feasibility of producing an online multi-county parcel map viewer.
133 map categories! How the US Department of Agriculture solved a complex cartographic design problem
How to design a color palette for a map with 133 categories.
The final program is available for the Geospatial Summit at UW-Madison on April 26, 2012.
The National Enhanced Elevation Assessment (NEEA) has just been completed.
The preliminary program is available for the Geospatial Summit at UW-Madison on April 26, 2012.
University of Wisconsin faculty, staff, and students are to coming together for a “Geospatial Summit” on April 26, 2012, to discuss geospatial projects and initiatives.
Volumes One and Two of The History of Cartography are now freely available online.
Register for the 25th Annual WLIA Conference in Stevens Point on February 15th – 17th, 2012.
We’ve updated and expanded our “Quick and Easy Web Maps with Google Fusion Tables” to incorporate some new features and methods.