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Spatial History Research Collaborative

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is an increasingly valuable technology for managing and analyzing multiple forms of geographic data. Researchers in the natural and social sciences were among the earliest groups to adopt GIS for the visualization, analysis, and mapping of biological, geological, political, and sociological phenomena. As the science and technology supporting GIS have improved, the tool has become more commonly used for research in a wide array of fields and has gained broad acceptance for commercial, governmental, and educational applications.

Presenters: 

Andrew Milson, Professor of History

John Garrigus, Associate Professor of History

Thursday, March 23, 2017 at 12:30pm to 1:30pm

Sixth Floor Parlor, Central Library, Sixth floor parlor
702 Planetarium Place, Arlington, Tx

Event Type

Talks & Lectures

Departments

UTA Libraries, College of Liberal Arts, Scholarly Communications

Audience

Faculty & Staff, Students, Undergraduates

Website

http://library.uta.edu/events/dss

Cost

Free and open to the public

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