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).
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 the presentation of the new GIS Data Viewer at the Polar Data Catalogue (Julie Friddell) to Arctic lake ice monitoring (Kevin Kang, Cristina Surdu) and citizen editing of government geospatial data using mobile devices (Peter Johnson).
For more information visit GIS Day page at MAD.
200 University Ave West
Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1