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I am particularly interested in international projects and those focused on remote environments where there exists potential for interesting and meaningful analyses using GIS and remote sensing methodologies.


Jun
18
answered Crowdsourcing points by on-click to web map with moderation?
Jun
18
answered How to enable 3D analyst in ArcGIS through VB.NET?
Jun
13
comment Selecting only parallel lines along a center line
Are you open to coding your own tool? This could be accomplished in arcpy, .NET, or python (if you want to use QGIS).
Jun
4
reviewed Reject suggested edit on QGIS display does not reflect projection
Jun
4
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How get the link or file from uploads forder of feature service arcgis
May
22
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May
20
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May
19
awarded  Enlightened
May
19
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May
9
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Apr
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Performing an Arcpy code using Python on all shapefiles in a folder or geodatabase?
Apr
14
comment Why does ASTER created -0 to 0 instead of -1 to 1?
You're correct - I must have mistyped. I have edited my response. The rest of the information still applies.
Apr
14
revised Why does ASTER created -0 to 0 instead of -1 to 1?
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Apr
14
answered Why does ASTER created -0 to 0 instead of -1 to 1?
Apr
7
comment Estimate forest stand height from Landsat imagery?
Thanks for your input Tom - your findings on LANDSAT accuracy for measuring stand height are in line with what I am finding in the literature. I agree that LIDAR is ideal, but unfortunately I need to cover a large area and the cost of LIDAR is prohibitive.
Apr
7
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Apr
3
reviewed Approve suggested edit on using geocoder of opentripplanner
Apr
3
asked Estimate forest stand height from Landsat imagery?
Mar
24
comment Strange structures appear inside dry river in Egypt
+1 These are concrete dams used to reduce the impact of flash floods, which are very common in arid regions on the coast of the Red Sea. Because of the river gradient, water from a flood event will have to fill each 'section' before it can spill over into the next. This increases the time it takes for water to reach the inhabited area, which in this case is the town of Quseer. They are essentially attempting to remove the 'flash' part of a flash flood.
Mar
20
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