Strategic Enhancement of NGA's Geographic Information Science Infrastructure

Project Mission

This project is focused on strategically enhancing the human and scientific infrastructure of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). It involves a partnership between the University of Redlands (UR, the lead institution), The University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB, research partner), Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI, corporate partner), and NGA. Within this program of collaboration, professionally-oriented graduate education, learning materials development, and basic research in geographic information science (GIScience) will be linked through a number of initiatives designed to streamline the flow of knowledge and experience from research and education activities to practical implementation by NGA's professionals.

Proposal - Executive Summary

 

Project Partners

University of Redlands (lead institution), University California Santa Barbara (research partner), ESRI (corporate partner)

 

Specialist Meeting on Spatial Webs

Meeting Report (4.1MB)

Call for Participation Printable Version (76 kb)
December 2-4, 2004
Upham Hotel, Santa Barbara, California

Meeting Schedule (85.5 kb)

Current Participant List

Travel and Accommodations Info

 

Resources and Literature

"Improving Spatial Data Interoperability: A Framework for Geostatistical Support-To-Support Interpolation" (814 kb), Presentation by Dr. Michael Goodchild, Army Research Office Principal Investigator Research Review Meeting, US Army Corps of Engineers Topographical Engineering Center, Ft Belvoir, VA, Feb 4 2005.  

"Spatial Webs" (1.3MB), Presentation by Dr. Michael Goodchild, May 2004.

Master of Science in GIS at the University of Redlands

 

Other Contributions

"Geospatial Ontology Development and Semantic Analytics" (752 kb)

 

Project Personnel

Karen K. Kemp
Michael F. Goodchild
Phaedon C. Kyriakidis
Matt Rice
Jordan Hastings
Philipp Schneider
Qingfeng Guan


 

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