[Gis] [Fwd: Planetary GIS]

Pat Lambrose pat.lambrose@slc.k12.ut.us
Tue, 25 Nov 2003 15:20:34 -0700


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Subject: Planetary GIS
Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2003 07:39:01 -0800
From: George Dailey <gdailey@esri.com>
To: "K12statewidegis_External@Esri. Com 
(k12statewidegis_external@esri.com)" <k12statewidegis_external@esri.com>
CC: "'thare@usgs.gov'" <thare@usgs.gov>



Folks:

Astrogeologist GISer, Trent Hare at USGS-Flagstaff has a wonderful site
designed for exploring non-terrestrial geographic data. 

PIGWAD = Planetary Interactive G.I.S.-on-the-Web Analyzable Database is
located at http://webgis.wr.usgs.gov/ (which also gives you a pathway into
his Global GIS area and the MER Rover Project).
In the Web mapping arena, take a look at his sites for Mars, Venus, and the
Moon http://webgis.wr.usgs.gov/pigwad.htm.
Each is explorable using three different mapping interfaces: ArcExplorer Web
Edition, ArcIMS, and Maplicity (an ArcIMS expansion built by ESRI business
partner Telemorphic).
By the way: Send Trent a note on how you will/might utilize his data and
sites. In these lean budget years, it helps if agencies understand the worth
of the data and services they provide.

Geo 

George Dailey 
K-12 Education Manager
ESRI Education Program 
3109 Knox St, PMB 303 
Dallas, TX 75205 
214-599-0895 
214-599-0896 fax 
gdailey@esri.com 

Learn more about GIS in K-12 education at 
http://www.esri.com/k-12  
Earn ArcView software for your school 
http://www.esri.com/communityatlas  
Leave and retrieve GIS lessons at 
http://www.esri.com/arclessons



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Pat Lambrose Technology Facilitator: K-12
Salt Lake City School District
440 East 100 South Phone: (801) - 578-8279
Fax: (801) - 578-8272
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
pat.lambrose@slc.k12.ut.us

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Teachers open the door, but you must enter by yourself - Chinese Proverb

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-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Planetary GIS
Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2003 07:39:01 -0800
From: George Dailey <gdailey@esri.com>
To: "K12statewidegis_External@Esri. Com (k12statewidegis_external@esri.com)" <k12statewidegis_external@esri.com>
CC: "'thare@usgs.gov'" <thare@usgs.gov>


Folks:

Astrogeologist GISer, Trent Hare at USGS-Flagstaff has a wonderful site
designed for exploring non-terrestrial geographic data. 

PIGWAD = Planetary Interactive G.I.S.-on-the-Web Analyzable Database is
located at http://webgis.wr.usgs.gov/ (which also gives you a pathway into
his Global GIS area and the MER Rover Project).
In the Web mapping arena, take a look at his sites for Mars, Venus, and the
Moon http://webgis.wr.usgs.gov/pigwad.htm.
Each is explorable using three different mapping interfaces: ArcExplorer Web
Edition, ArcIMS, and Maplicity (an ArcIMS expansion built by ESRI business
partner Telemorphic).
By the way: Send Trent a note on how you will/might utilize his data and
sites. In these lean budget years, it helps if agencies understand the worth
of the data and services they provide.

Geo 

George Dailey 
K-12 Education Manager
ESRI Education Program 
3109 Knox St, PMB 303 
Dallas, TX 75205 
214-599-0895 
214-599-0896 fax 
gdailey@esri.com 

Learn more about GIS in K-12 education at 
http://www.esri.com/k-12  
Earn ArcView software for your school 
http://www.esri.com/communityatlas  
Leave and retrieve GIS lessons at 
http://www.esri.com/arclessons


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Pat Lambrose Technology Facilitator: K-12
Salt Lake City School District
440 East 100 South
Phone: (801) - 578-8279
Fax: (801) - 578-8272
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
pat.lambrose@slc.k12.ut.us
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Teachers open the door, but you must enter by yourself - Chinese Proverb
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