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Coastal Geospatial Data Group

MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Coastal Alabama Geospatial Data Group is to encourage and promote the development and sharing of geospatial data and technology in the coastal Alabama region for the benefit of local, state, and federal agencies and private entities. As GIS technology has become more widely used to mitigate the effects of major storm events, manage vulnerable natural resources, regulate development and land use, and support economic growth, extensive, accurate, and detailed datasets are critical.

In an effort to carry out this mission the CGD group intends to:

                      • Encourage collaborative partnerships among member agencies for geospatial data development
                      • efforts.
                      • Facilitate professional interaction between GIS users in the region.
                      • Inform members on available geospatial datasets in the region.
                      • Report on current or planned data acquisition or development initiatives in the region.
                      • Promote data sharing and public access to geospatial datasets through web services and portals.
                      • Encourage geospatial data standards and metadata documentation.
                      • Demonstrate and deploy best‐practices for geospatial data development and analysis.
                      • Foster training and professional enrichment opportunities for the GIS users in the region.


  • 02/06/2019 12:31 PM | Hunter Simmons (Administrator)

    Here's a link to the agenda.

    Each Presentation can be found at the links below.

    Phillip Henderson - AGIO

    Dina Knight - CART

    Jerald Overstreet - Deploying ArcGIS Enterprise to AWS

    Nigel Temple - Restoration Evaluation


    If you are interested in being added to slack, please e-mail your request to: slackrequest@gisaa.org


    For more information on slack and for information about downloading the desktop and mobile apps: SLACK 

STEERING COMMITTEE

Ashley Peters, Dept. of Conservation & Natural Resources

Bill Harbour, Baldwin County  Board of Education

Dina Knight, The Nature Conservancy

Jerald Overstreet, Vokert Inc.

Sarah Johnston, Dept. of Conservation & Natural Resources

Scott Kearney, The City of Mobile

Kenny McIlwain, Baldwin County

Kelly Tomkins, The City of Foley

Marian Hanisko, NOAA Affiliate

Rick Hudson, Mobile City

Steve Jones, Geological Survey of Alabama



Jerald Overstreet Presenting on the deployment of ArcGIS Enterprise at the annual CGD Group Meeting in Foley, AL on Jan 24, 2019 at the Graham Creek Nature Center.


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