Latest News: 2019 Conference Plenary

SCGIS Conference 2019 keynote speaker - Robin Grossinger, San Francisco Estuary Institute

"Bridging the Human-Nature Divide: the urban frontier"

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from Tommy Albo "GIS Day 2019 in Portland, Oregon took place at the Ecotrust building in downtown Portland. With a room full of GIS professionals we had a great time networking, celebrating and learning some GIS magic from cartographer Matthew Hampton. Thank you to the sponsors and to the committee who works hard to put this event on every year."    (Video courtesy of Outlier Films)

 


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