CISG News and Events
This page highlights cyberinfrastructure activities within geographic communities.
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The National Science Foundation has awarded $4.4 million to an initiative led by the University of Illinois
that will combine cyberinfrastructure, spatial analysis and modeling, and geographic information science to form a collaborative software framework encompassing many research fields.
See the announcement here :
Researchers to develop cyberinfrastructure for geography software.
Michael P. Finn and Benjamin Tuttle organized a special session on "KML & the Modified- (or Pseudo-) Mercator Projection"
on behalf of the GIS Division of ASPRS and the Cyberinfrastructure Specialty Group of the AAG at GIS in the Rockies 2010, Loveland, CO.
See the page here.