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A GIS-Driven Approach to Siting a Prospective Wind Farm in South Central Wisconsin
There is a growing need for renewable energy sources in South Central Wisconsin, one that could be met by installing a wind farm in the area. We used a GIS to analyze a variety of criteria and determine the most suitable ...
Remote Sensing and GIS Analysis of the Madison Area
This paper focuses on the remote sensing and GIS flood analysis of the Madison area. Our team was curious about how much damage occurred after the August 21st, 2018 flood in our study sites in Madison (Picnic Point, ...
Expert Perspectives on the Design and Use of Learning Materials for Neocartographic Interfaces
The design of learning materials varies greatly across neocartographic interfaces and there has yet to be best practices established within the discipline. Learning materials vary not only in type (e.g., tutorials, tooltips, ...
Client-side versus Server-side Geoprocessing: Benchmarking the Performance of Web Browsers Processing Geospatial Data Using Common GIS Operations
Web-based GIS and mapping applications are traditionally based on a client-server model, where most of the data processing work is placed on the server, but current trends in web applications are moving towards more ...
A GIS Analysis of Emergency Medical Services Response in Denver, Colorado
Emergency medical services (EMS) exist to ensure a better quality of life. EMS has improved in accessibility and responsiveness since its conception and is responsible for saving countless lives. The increased effectiveness ...