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GIS Day - November 17, 2004 at UC Davis

We welcome your participation in GIS Day at UC Davis. Displays, interactive demonstrations and talks about geographic information systems (GIS) will occur from 10 am to 3 pm in the Library Instruction Room on the Second Floor of Shields Library on the UC Davis campus.

Events On Campus

Library Instruction Room, Shields Library, 10 am to 3 pm: Please check back for the presentation schedule which will be available shortly. Posters and Displays will be available throughout the day.

Call for Contributions

We welcome you to participate in GIS Day at UC Davis!

If you have a poster describing applications of GIS, GPS or remote sensing technologies, please send us the title and a short description and we'll save some wall space for you. If you have a computer demonstration or a 20-30 minute talk you would like to present, e-mail your title and abstract to us and we'll include you in the schedule. November 5 is the deadline for adding you to the program.

We will update this GIS Day web page to reflect your contributions and the exact times and locations of events. Please send e-mail to Kathy Stroud if you want to participate in GIS Day, or if you have questions about the event.

We hope to see you on November 17th!


Posters and Displays
Nathaniel Roth
Information Center for the Environment
(530) 752‑1331

Talks and Computer Demonstrations
Kathy Stroud, Map/GIS Librarian
Government Information and Maps
Shields Library
(530) 752‑5248

Campus GIS Resources

To learn more about geographic information systems and related technologies, visit CalSpace's Tutorials page. Many groups on campus use GIS in their research and instruction, and many GIS Resources are available on campus. Some of the Resources are listed below:

Published: October 1, 2004


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