Computational method of ArcGIS Ordinary Kriging tool

Posted 3 weeks ago

By in the UNB Blog

ArcGIS provided outstanding and friendly interpolation tools to common users. I unitized Kriging tool in ArcGIS to interpolate the data points a long time ago. However, understanding its method is a different story. My previous background is in Applied Geology, particularly Groundwater modeling. I, therefore, had a chance to learn the meaning of the ArcGIS […]

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Unlocking the secrets of glacial retreat using remote sensing: Peru’s Cordillera Blanca

Posted 3 weeks ago

By in the McMaster Blog

Hi everyone! My name is Henry Gage and I am a fourth year undergraduate student in McMaster’s Integrated Science program. I work in the McMaster Glacial Sedimentology lab, where I study the retreat of tropical glaciers. This summer I had the opportunity to travel to Peru to combine UAV and satellite remote sensing with paleoclimatic […]

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Developing a Better Appreciation of the Value of a Geographical Approach Through the Use of ArcGIS

Posted 1 month ago

By in the UCalgary Blog

I always wanted to acquire GIS capabilities, but my busy schedule as an urban development practitioner did not permit me. However, the advent of big data and the need to remain competitive in the ever-changing global labor market was the push required to embark on the Master of GIS program at the University of Calgary. […]

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Collecting and Calculating Land Data – Preparing for Analysis of Remote Sensing Microscale Urban Heat

Posted 3 months ago

By in the UofT Blog

A few months ago, I wrote a blog post introducing my MSc Thesis. Since then, I finished my summer fieldwork which consisted of cycling over 560 kilometres of cycling and road infrastructure measuring air temperature every 1-second in Mississauga, Ontario. I also had the opportunity to present my preliminary thoughts on this project at the […]

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Do Separated Bike Lanes Increase Bike Share Traffic? Using ArcGIS Pro and ArcPy to determine Hamilton Bike Share’s Ridership Changes

Posted 3 months ago

By in the McMaster Blog

Hi everyone! It’s been a while since my last post, but I’ve been busy working on a component of my MSc thesis at McMaster’s TransLAB (Transportation Research Lab). The research is investigating the impacts of separated cycling infrastructure on Hamilton Bike Share ridership, along the affected road links. Active Transportation, and particularly cycling, are becoming […]

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Flood risk analysis of Chilliwack, B.C., Canada

Posted 3 months ago

By in the SFU Blog

In November 2021, a large flooding event happened alongside the Fraser River in lower-mainland B.C. and lasted for several weeks. The city of Chilliwack was among the most devasted cities. That being the inspiration, I designed an MCE research framework to assess flood risks in Chilliwack in B.C. and categorizes areas of the city into […]

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University of Waterloo ECCE Group

Posted 3 months ago

By in the UW Blog

Hello everyone, I am proud to announce the University of Waterloo ECCE group from this year. My name is Weronika Fydrych (she/her) and I’m happy to be a part of the University of Waterloo’s ECCE student association. I am currently finishing up my final year in the School of Planning with a specialization in GIS. […]

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Visualizing Climate Model Data using Simple Query Tools from ArcGIS Pro and Web-Based Geovisualization Features

Posted 3 months ago

By in the Western Blog

In my recent summer project as a NSERC-USRA student under the supervision of Dr. James Voogt, I was able to gain access to several datasets from Environment Canada that were not yet publicly avalilable, such as the “GEM-SURF (Global Environmental Multiscale Surface)” data. Our project focuses on using both the air temperature and surface temperature […]

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