The Applied Geomatics Research Group is a team of Research Scientists, Research Associates, and graduate students, applying a suite of Geomatics technologies to explore environmental, health and social issues. As part of Nova Scotia Community College's Centre of Geographic Sciences in Middleton, Nova Scotia, we also are acknowledged leaders in educating new researchers in an exciting, growing field. University graduates or young scientists can further their education through industry internships, joint M.Sc. degrees or practicums and workshops.
Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve presented Wednesday, November 11th to the Annapolis Field Naturalist Society at 7:30 pm at the Granville Ferry Community Hall, and On Thursday, November 12th to the Womens Institute at the Paradise Community Hall.
Bob Maher is making two presentations this week. On Wednesday, November 11th he will be speaking to the Annapolis Field Naturalist Society at 7:30 pm at the Granville Ferry Community Hall. On Thursday, November 12th he will be speaking to the Womens Institute at the Paradise Community Hall. In both cases, the subject will be Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve and Applied Geomatics research.
Bob will be providing an update to FCDA on Tuesday October 27th at 7 pm at AVC, Middleton in Room 111a and on Wednesday October 28th 7 pm to the Lunenburg Heritage Society. Click here to view the presentation.
We are preparing a proposal submission to the Rural Secretariat under the Community Development Program. It is entitled: Community mapping, web GIS and the Creative Rural Economy. As part of the proposal process, there is a Community Consultation and Validation report (see attached).There is a Powerpoint presentation on the proposal (see below). We anticipate the completed submission to be sent to Ottawa at the end of August.
AGRG will be hosting a lidar summer training institute during the week of June 29th to July 2nd. The objective of this workshop is to get to grips with the complete airborne lidar operational workflow from mission planning to data integration. It is a condensed and more ‘hands on’ version of the lidar curriculum that we teach at the Centre of Geographic Sciences. We will have both private and academic sector attendees, and we aim to balance the need for theoretical and application-based background with hands on instruction on the installation/operation of equipment and post processing of collected data. The specific elements of the week’s workshop activities will be tailored to the needs of the workshop attendees.