Spring 2012

The Newsletter of the Minnesota GIS/LIS Consortium

Table of Contents

MN GIS/LIS Consortium

From the Chair

DNR Garmin Evolves to DNRGPS
MnDOT Tracks Invasive Bittersweet
2010 Population Maps
More Economic Data 
Water Trails Maps

Twin Cities GECCo Report

Higher Education
Nat'l Historical GIS Updates 
Dangermond Lecture 
Trade Centers 
GIS Day at UM-Duluth

URISA Salary & Tech Survey



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Table of Contents for Spring 2012, Issue 67
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MN GIS/LIS Consortium
From the ChairBy Ben Verbick, 2012 Chair

New DNRGPS Replaces DNRGarminBy Shelly Sentyrz, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
MnDOT Puts Technology to Work on Invasive SpeciesBy Ken Graeve, Minnesota Department of Transportation
2010 State and Twin Cities Metro Population Maps AvailableAdapted from the CURA Reporter
More Economic DataBy Will Craig, University of Minnesota
DNR Adds Online Water Trail Maps and River-Level ReportingAdapted from State Water Trails Newsletter, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

Twin Cities GECCoBy Randy Knippel, Dakota County

Higher Education
The National Historical GIS: Mapping the old and the brand newBy Jason Borah, GIS Analyst, Minnesota Population Center
Jack Dangermond Lecture
Greater Minnesota’s Trade-Center HierarchyBy Will Craig and Bruce Schwartau, University of Minnesota
GIS Day at U of M - DuluthBy Stacey Stark, University of Minnesota – Duluth (UMD)

Hot Software and TechnologyBy Will Craig, University of Minnesota