The next “Green Drinks” informal networking gathering will be held on Monday, November 10th at Sir Winston’s Pub in Vernon, BC from 5-7pm.Geo Earth Mapping will be sponsoring appetizers and cake to commemorate its 10th anniversary and GIS Day. Find out how GIS can benefit your organization.www.greendrinks.org/BC/Vernon
This 3 x 4 ft. model was built using white foam board with the elevation sections built up in 200m increments.
I created this 3D elevation model using foam board and built up the sections using 200 metre increments.
We create custom maps for your recreational needs.
Are you planning a vacation or planning to buy real estate on the Big Island of Hawaii?
Lava Flow Hazard Zones are areas designated by the United States Geological Survey for the Island of Hawaiʻi in the United States. First prepared in 1974 by Donal Mullineaux and Donald Peterson of the USGS, reprinted with enhanced text in 1987, and revised in 1992, the maps outline the qualitative hazard posed by lava flows based on the past history of lava flow activity on each of the 5 volcanoes that form the Island of Hawai’i. Zone 1 represents the areas that are most hazardous and Zone 9 the least hazardous. Source: Wikipedia
We create publishing quality maps for your organization’s brochures or kiosks. This map was created for the Greater Kamloops Motorcycle Association of the Duffy-Greenstone OHV Trail Network. Other recent OHV projects were completed for the Bear Creek Recreation Site and the Okanagan Falls OHV Trail System (SODBC)
Geo Earth Mapping created this bathymetry (ocean depths) map from interpreting the coastal Marine Ecological Classification database.
We do GIS Analysis to get results for your query and can export the results to graphics and/or tabular format.
GIS (Geographic Information System) is a computer system with associated software used for capturing, storing, checking, integrating, manipulating, analyzing and displaying data related to positions on the earth’s surface. Typically, GIS (or Spatial Information System) is used for manipulating map features with linked databases. These features may be represented as several different layers where each layer holds data about a particular kind of feature. Each feature is linked to a position on the graphical image of a map. Layers of data are organized in particular manner for study and statistical analysis.
Various types of data sets, such as hydrology, road networks, urban mapping, land cover, and demographic data can contain a multitude of information about a specific feature…all tied together geographically to provide spatial context. In simplicity a geographic information system is a computer-based tool that maps and analyzes features and events that occur on the earth.