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bio website geosolutions.ca
location Sudbury, Canada
age 42
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I own 2 vastly different companies; Geospatial Solutions Global (GSG) and A Cut Above Tree Care. I am a Solutions Consultant and a Arborist as well. My consulting agency (GSG) began with me, working alone, and serving as a simple provider of AutoCAD and GIS products to my clients (mostly Environmental Engineering Consultants I worked for directly in the past - former bosses & managers). My company has since morphed in response to what the market has demanded. I solve peoples problems. I do so by connecting clients with the experts they need on their projects. Much of this expertise is in-house, but the majority is outsourced.

I have around 10 years experience in GIS applications, and approximately 7 years experience in CAD (self taught). My primary areas of expertise is in Aggregate resources (Pit & Quarry design & rehabilitation) and Arboroculture (felling tree's from the air). I also have a great deal of experience producing figures for the Environmental Sector. In paticular, my Environmental mapping and CAD figures have been tied to the Aggregate and Mining Sectors. I also have experience producing products for a number of other areas such as Mining Land Tenure, Aquatic Ecology, Terrestrial Biology, HydroGeology, etc, etc.

This forum has been invaluable to me over the past few years, and I owe much of my growth as a professional to the answers I have found through this community.


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comment Recreation data for Ontario (Canada)?
Hey. I followed the link you posted. I don't see any recreational categories. There o nly seems to be the standard things such as Lakes, rivers, roads, etc, etc.
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comment Style Manager in ArcMap
I'll give this one to you Matthew. I had overlooked the step that involved adding the appropriate font files. I had only added the sheilds in the appropriate ArcGIS folder. Thanks
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comment Recreation data for Ontario (Canada)?
Thank you your suggestion. I will definitely be looking into this.
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accepted How to delete label style saved in ArcView?
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comment How to delete label style saved in ArcView?
Thank you "VERY" much Dan C. I was already in the process of doing exactly what you've suggested about 1/2 hour ago (based on what I was reading on the ESRI site). The window on the right (in the image you posted) was not showing up when style manager opened at my end - couldn't see the objects at all. I just had to make the window wider and adjust the right pane so the objects were visible to me. I could not figure out why what I was seeing did not match what they were showing on the ESRI site. Many thanks!!! I knew it was something simple I was overlooking.
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comment What are people using for Site Location Maps without Bing?
@ blah238 - I added an example for you. Looks decent ... shows the project location and a few nearby roads/features. When Bing was part of ArcGIS, it took about 10 minutes to make a site location map (very good on tight budgets).
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