A collaborative mapping effort to further integrate the University’s tree collection into ArcGIS (Geographic Information Systems). A tree inventory database consists of information such as tree location, height, diameter, condition, and hazards. It can be leveraged to monitor trends, enhance maintenance flows, and engage the community.
Category Archives: GIS
Dynamic Maps Using CSV, Google Earth, KML and ArcGIS Online
In Fall 2018, Professor Molly Ball’s History 252: Immigration in the Americas students developed original research based on archival and primary sources to explore how Rochester’s own immigrant history can not only enrich our understanding of the city’s history, but also further our understanding of transnational immigrant experiences throughout the Americas. One of the ways …
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Visualizing Sea Levels- GIS Class Exercise
The Digital Scholarship Lab collaborated with professor Carmala Garzione (Earth and Environmental Sciences) to create an exercise for her sedimentology course to examine sea level change’s impact on geologic formation. The goals for the exercise were: Must be completed in one course period Expose students to open source GIS tools Show students where to download …
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