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GIS Day 2014

Chatan, Okinawa
Nov 17, 2014 to Nov 21, 2014

We are excited to announce that the Okinawa Critigen Team has volunteered to present some fun topics to the DoD schools on the island in recognition of GIS Day 2014.

Tyrone Oglesby
Topic:  Where do you live in case of an emergency?
Related GIS Functions:  Triangulation, buffering, route analysis, queries.
Audience:  Middle School
Date & Time:  November 20 with 4~15 minute sessions;0800-1000
Venue:  Lester Middle School Science Classroom

Gary Gegenfurtner
Topic:  How to find dinosaurs?
Related GIS Functions:  Overlays, buffering, historical tracking, geological soil analysis, intersection
Audience:  Middle School
Date & Time:  November 20 with 4~15 minute sessions; 0800-1000
Venue:  Lester Middle School Science Classroom

Travis Sutterfield
Topic:  Flying GIS!!!
Related GIS Functions:  Spatial Analysis, 3D Analysis, ArcScene
Audience:  Elementary School
Date & Time:  November 17 with 1~25 minute session; 1300-1415
Venue:  Camp Foster Community Center

Jody Fitzgerald
Topic:  Where do you live in case of an emergency?
Related GIS Functions:  Triangulation, buffering, route analysis, queries.
Audience:  Elementary School
Date & Time:  November 17 with 1~25 minute session;1300-1415
Venue:  Camp Foster Community Center