Wednesday, November 14, 2012 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST (GMT -05:00)

logo: Discovering the World through GIS

GIS Day is a global event to educate people about how geography makes a difference in our lives through the technology of Geographic Information Systems (GIS).

To celebrate GIS Day, Mapping, Analysis, and Design and the Geospatial Centre will be hosting activities in the EV1 courtyard and adjoining seminar room (EV1-221).

Faculty and students from the Department of Geography and Environment will be presenting their current research in a number of talks and poster presentations on a variety of topics from an investigation of open geodata and open government in Canada (Peter Johnson) to spatial analysis of co-op job distribution (Alexander Brenning) and geospatial analysis in R (Kristina Luus).

For more information visit GIS Day page at MAD.