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Monday, February 10 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Data from the Ground Up (Framework Data)

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These presentations get down to the basics of the earth model: elevation, terrain, bathymetry, and the datum underlying it all.

  • High Resolution Terrain Data - Advances for California
    Carol Ostergren, Geographer, US Geological Survey, Santa Cruz, CA
  • Changes Afoot: Modernizing the National Spatial Reference System (NSRS)
    Dana Caccamise, PhD, Geodetic Advisor, NOAA's National Geodetic Survey, La Jolla, CA
  • Capturing High-resolution Bathymetry for a Recovering River
    Russ Faux, Senior Vice President, Quantum Spatial, Corvallis, OR  
  • Statewide Lidar Planning for California - Part 1
    Nathaniel Roth, Ph.D., GISP, Geographic Information Officer, California Department of Conservation, Sacramento, CA

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Dave Powers, GISP

IT Services Manager - GIS, Shasta County

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Carol Ostergren

Geographer, US Geological Survey
Carol Ostergren is a National Map liaison serving the USGS Pacific Region. She supports expert user Communities of Use to align agency science needs with mapping resources and works with outside organizations to coordinate mapping projects supporting The National Map.

Dana Caccamise, PhD

Geodetic Advisor, NOAA's National Geodetic Survey

Russ Faux

Senior Vice President, Quantum Spatial
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Nathaniel Roth, Ph.D., GISP

Geographic Information Officer, California Department of Conservation
Dr. Roth is the Geographic Information Officer for the California Department of Conservation (DOC). The DOC provides core data and scientific analysis of the state's geology, minerals, geologic hazards, and geologic energy resources, as well as supporting agricultural land conservation... Read More →

Monday February 10, 2020 10:30am - 12:00pm PST
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