New Release: Bay Area Automated Mapping Association Journal

From: Catherine B.
Sent on: Wednesday, November 16, 2011 11:31 AM

Happy GIS Day!

As Editor of The Bay Area Automated Mapping Association (BAAMA) Journal it is my pleasure to announce the release of our latest issue. The Journal is a biannual publication that serves to highlight San Francisco Bay Area geospatial people, technology, applications, projects, and now maps!

In this issue:

 Successful Collaboration Between Government, Education and Private Sector Leads to Updated DFIRMS for San Francisco and Marin Peninsulas, By EarthEye

 Best Business Practices for Geospatial Companies, Academia, and Government, By 3K3 LLC

 Mapping Invasive Plant Ranges in California: An Innovative Combination of Quantitative and Qualitative Data, By Cal-IPC

 Where in the Bay Area

We are also very excited to debut The BAAMA Journal Map Gallery featuring beautiful work by Bay Area cartographers.

Click this link to download a high or low resolution copy of the publication.

Please read the issue during a free moment.   Learn about the outstanding geospatial people, practices, technology, and businesses found only in the San Francisco Bay Area. If you would like to contribute an article, map, offer feature ideas, or advertise in the Spring 2012 issue contact me and we’ll make it happen.

I appreciate your support and have a great Thanksgiving.

Catherine Burton

Founding organizer of WebMapSocial and Editor of The BAAMA Journal

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