SDI Interesting Reads - November 2017

November 22, 2017 Gordon Plunkett

Have you checked the Canadian Drought Monitor, the gigantic map of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, and all these new apps that are extending the reach of GIS all over Canada and the globe? In the November edition of SDI Interesting Reads, we’ve got an array of Canadian and international GIS topics for you to glean at.

About the Author

Gordon Plunkett

Gordon Plunkett is the Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) Director at Esri Canada. He has more than 30 years of experience in GIS and Remote Sensing in both the public and private sectors. He currently sits as a member of the Community Map of Canada Steering Committee, GeoAlliance Canada Interim Board of Directors, the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Technical Committee, the Canadian General Standards Board (CGSB) Committee on Geomatics, the University of Laval Convergence Network Advisory Committee and the Advisory Board to the Carleton University Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre. During his career, Gordon has worked on projects in more than 20 countries and has contributed to numerous scientific conferences and publications. At Esri Canada, he is responsible for developing and supporting the company’s SDI vision, initiatives and outreach, including producing content for the SDI blog.

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