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GIS Day 2023: Mini-conference

1:15 pm – 4:30 pm
Love Library South Room: 221 (Peterson)
1248 R St
Lincoln NE 68508
Additional Info: LLS
Target Audiences:
UNL Libraries
oin us on November 13, from 1:15-4:30 p.m. in Love Library South, Room 221 (Peterson) to enter the fascinating world of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Whether you’re a GIS enthusiast or just curious to learn more, join us for informative talks by GIS experts and graduate students, and networking opportunities. A tour of the Archives & Special Collections will be offered. Free, open to the public and refreshments included.

The presentation topics cover a wide range of fields related to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and remote sensing, including ecological studies, desertification assessment, career opportunities in GIS, spatial analysis applications, scale relevance in reflectance studies, geospatial approaches for addressing historical remains, disease risk estimation, urban and population studies, and agricultural applications for nitrogen management and sustainability.

Sponsors: University Libraries, the School of Natural Resources, and the School of Global Integrative Studies.

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