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Geog 275, GIS Capstone Presentation
Part 1: Creating NDVI Mosaics and UAV surveys
You are cordially invited to a final presentation for 2019 GIS program graduates. This year students combined their knowledge of Unmanned aerial systems(UAS) and GIS together to complete projects that apply to real world situations.
Come and see the present/future of geospatial data using COCC main campus. You will be interested in the latest applications that exist and how it can be used. Don’t miss out!
What: GIS Program Capstone course presentation
When: Thursday, June 6, 2:00 – 3:00pm
Where: The GIS lab, Ponderosa Room 221, COCC
Why: Come and learn about the collection and uses of UAV aerial surveys and their applications in the world of GIS.
Part 2: Tree Inventory
You are cordially invited to a final presentation for 2019 GIS program graduates. Students of the GIS program have been collecting geographic and attribute information for our campus since 2002.
This year students have developed a tree inventory of campus, modeled the total carbon sequestration for each individual tree within the inventory, developed a Collector for ArcGIS Application, used AGOL to share geospatial data across departments and compared accuracy and efficiency of different GPS receivers.
When: Monday, June 11, 9:00 – 10:00am
Where: Boyle Education Center, Room 155, COCC
Why: Come and cheer on the next generation of GIS Students as they present their findings and demonstrate their skills that have accumulated during the 2018-19 school year.