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ArcGIS Image Management Solutions for Tribal Government

02/10/2009 10:00 am
02/10/2009 12:00 pm
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Registration is not required. This is a repeat of the web cast conducted in Nov. of 2008 for anyone who missed it.

Many tribes are grappling with large image holdings that are leveraged to support diverse GIS programs. With the recent renewal of the U.S. Department of Interior Enterprise License Agreement, the ArcGIS Server Image extension is now included in the software being made available to tribes via the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)/National Geospatial Resource Center (NGRC).

Please join TJ Abbenhaus from the ESRI Olympia Office and David Gadsden from the ESRI federal team for a one-hour webinar on the ArcGIS Server Image extension. Learn firsthand how this technology could help solve your image management challenges.

Gain valuable information about the ArcGIS Server Image extension.

  • Find out about on-the-fly and on-demand image distribution and processing.
  • Hear how to quickly access and serve large quantities of file-based imagery.
  • Learn how you can maximize the value of your imagery by making it readily accessible without reprocessing and reloading it.
  • Explore better image visualization, reduced storage costs, and less data maintenance.

Webcast Details:

 

When: Tuesday, Feb 10, 2009 10:00 AM (PST)

Scheduled to Occur: Once

Duration: 1-2 hours (Depending on the discussion)

 

ESRI has invited you to attend an online meeting using Microsoft Office Live Meeting.

 

https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/esri/join?id=TBCS8Z&role=attend&pw=m.nR%25XT%295

 

Meeting time: Feb 10, 2009 10:00 AM (PST) 

 

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https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/esri/meetingICS?id=TBCS8Z&role=attend&pw=m.nR%25XT%295&i=i.ics

 

AUDIO INFORMATION

Use the information below to connect to the conference line at the time of the meeting:

        Toll-free:            +1 (800) 838-0546

        Participant code:     714607

 

FIRST-TIME USERS

To save time before the meeting, check your system to make sure it is ready to use Microsoft Office Live Meeting.

http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=90703

 

TROUBLESHOOTING

Unable to join the meeting? Follow these steps:

  1. Copy this address and paste it into your web browser:

     https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/esri/join

  2. Copy and paste the required information:

        Meeting ID: TBCS8Z

        Entry Code: m.nR%XT)5

        Location: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/esri

 

If you still cannot enter the meeting, contact support:

http://r.office.microsoft.com/r/rlidLiveMeeting?p1=12&p2=en_US&p3=LMInfo&p4=support

 

NOTICE: This meeting will not be recorded.

Questions?
Contact David Gadsden or call him at
360-754-4727, extension 1-8911.

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Map World Forum

02/10/2009 7:00 am
02/13/2009 7:00 pm
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GIS Development is pleased to announce the dates of second Map World Forum scheduled for February 10 - 13, 2009 in Hyderabad, India. We will appreciate if you can post the press release on your website/ezine/publication and spread the word about the Global Congress where Geospatial Technologists will meet with experts from various other fields to deliberate on creating a Sustainable Planet Earth.
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Puget Soung Georgia Basin Ecosystem Conference

02/08/2009 10:00 am
02/11/2009 10:00 pm
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The Future of the Salish Sea: A Call to Action

http://depts.washington.edu/uwconf/psgb/

The biennial Puget Sound Georgia Basin Ecosystem Conference is the largest, most comprehensive scientific research and policy conference in the Salish Sea region. The 2009 conference, hosted by the Puget Sound Partnership and Environment Canada, will build upon the experience of previous conferences by connecting scientific research and management techniques to priorities for meaningful action. Mark your calendar for the 2009 conference in Seattle, Washington, and be sure not to miss this unprecedented opportunity!

Who Should Attend

  • Scientists
  • Policymakers
  • Coast Salish Tribes and First Nations
  • Resource managers
  • Business leaders
  • Elected officials
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Educators and students
  • Concerned citizens

The 2009 conference theme is The Future of the Salish Sea: A Call to Action. Since 2003, the conference has moved from chronicling science research to exploring the science/policy interface. The 2009 conference theme captures this progression from sound science to informed action. Conference participants will have the opportunity to apply shared knowledge by developing priorities and a commitment to post-conference engagement.

Conference sub-themes include:

Air Quality & Climate Change

Ecosystem Management Strategies and Techniques

Habitat, Land Use, and Species

Marine & Freshwater Resources

Important Dates:

  • October 10, 2008 Abstract Submissions Due
  • November 10, 2008 Authors notified
  • November 13, 2008 Conference registration opens
  • January 9, 2009 Early registration forms and fees due
  • February 8-11, 2009 Conference

Conference objectives:

  • To promote a sense of place in the Salish Sea, irrespective of political borders
  • To INFORM participants about current scientific research and management techniques in the Salish Sea and to MOTIVATE participants to ENGAGE in needed research and actions
  • To foster collaboration and understanding between scientists and policy makers
  • To transfer knowledge about successes and challenges of ecosystem management activities
  • To identify priority research and management approaches and foster a commitment to action
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2009 State of the Salmon Conference: Bringing the Future into Focus

02/02/2009 9:00 am
02/05/2009 5:00 pm
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Join distinguished speakers and attendees from Russia, Japan, Canada, the U.S. and Korea to discuss critical wild Pacific salmon conservation issues. Rapidly changing climate, habitat and markets highlight the need for key scientific information and effective management practices from the Pacific Rim salmon nations. By Bringing the Future into Focus, the 2009 State of the Salmon Conference will provide a unique forum to explore how we move from conservation principles to action – today.

The conference will feature:

  • Presentations from throughout the North Pacific
  • A special reception at the Vancouver Aquarium
  • Active dialogue facilitated among participants
  • Simultaneous interpretation to be provided in Russian, Japanese and English

http://www.stateofthesalmon.org/conference2009/newsletter/

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