Geoinformatics 2006

About this meeting



Meeting Location

United States Geological Survey The Geosciences Network National Science Foundation The Geological Society of America ESRI GIS and Mapping Software National Aeronautics and Space Administration California Institute for Communications and Information Technology (Calit2) San Diego Supercomputer Center

Geoinformatics 2006

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Discovery, integration, management and visualization of geoscience data with the goal of improving our understanding of the processes that have shaped the earth and our environment over time will be highlighted at the Geoinformatics 2006 conference. The conference is co-hosted by the U. S. Geological Survey and GEON, and sponsored by the National Science Foundation, The Geological Society of America, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, ESRI, Calit2, and the San Diego Supercomputer Center.

The conference provides a national forum for researchers and educators from geoscience and information technology/computer science to present new data, data analysis or modeling techniques, visualization schemes, or technologies as they relate to developing the cyberinfrastructure for the Geosciences.

Questions regarding Geoinformatics 2006 may be directed to Margaret Banton, Chair (Organizing Committee) at
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