Winter User Group Meeting
Thursday, December 1, 2022
Edmon Low Library-OSU
216 Athletic Ave, Stillwater, OK 74078
Suggested Parking is at the Student Union Garage or 4th Ave Garage for $2/hr
There will be an assortment of neat historical maps available for viewing as well as a tour of the OSU Map Room.
OKSCAUG is hosting a toy drive at the user group meeting. For every unwrapped toy that is brought, the attendee will receive a ticket. OKSCAUG vendors will be providing the prizes. The toys will be donated to a local Oklahoma organization.
Eagle View: Drone / Cross Timbers: $50 gift card.
9:00 - 9:30 a.m.
9:30 - 10:00 a.m.
Presenters: Madeline Dillner, Oklahoma Corporation Commission Brownfield Program, & Colin Brooks, Oklahoma Corporation Commission Induced Seismicity Department
Title: The Oklahoma Historical Aerial Digitization Project
Abstract: The Oklahoma Historical Aerial Digitization Project (OHADP) started in 2007 as the Archival Photo Imaging Project, a Special Project in the Underground Injection Control (UIC) Department of the Oklahoma Corporation Commission. Before 2007, OCC acquired and scanned aerial photos on a case-by-case basis. But since 2007, the OCC has made a concerted effort to locate, scan, and georeference all the historical aerial photographs of Oklahoma. Today, we have 121, 237 total images, with 42,183 georeferenced. This presentation will explain the production of historical aerial photos and their acquisition, georeferencing, and use at the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, as well as demonstrate the various ways the public can acquire these aerial photos for their own use—including the brand-new ArcGIS Enterprise-powered photo viewer.
10:00 - 10:15 a.m.
10:15 - 10:45 a.m.
Presenters: Ehsan Foroutan- PhD student in Geography at OSU
Title: Disparities in Geographical Accessibility to COVID-19 Vaccine in Oklahoma
Abstract: Equal access to healthcare facilities is highly prioritized in providing a resilient healthcare system. The COVID-19 pandemic disproportionately affected rural communities and further exacerbated rural-urban health disparities. This study quantifies the geographical accessibility to the COVID-19 vaccine in different vaccination phases across Oklahoma. It further applies advanced spatial statistical model to investigate the association between vaccination accessibility scores and social vulnerability index (SVI) at census tract level, including socioeconomic, household composition, housing type and transportation, and minorities status. The results reveal that degree of urbanization have close relations with geographic accessibility to COVID-19 vaccine and accessibility is inequitable across different vulnerable communities and racial groups.
10:45 - 11:00 a.m.
11:00 - 11:45 a.m.
Presenter: Dan Stone - ESRI Project Manager for Parcel Fabric
Title: Using the ArcGIS Parcel Fabric to manage your Land Records
Abstract: The ArcGIS Parcel Fabric is Esri’s comprehensive framework for managing, editing, and sharing Land Records. The Esri Parcel Fabric has been engineered to take advantage of over forty years of Esri land record management. The ArcGIS Parcel Fabric is not just for the Tax Assessor office. It offers a flexible data model that supports a wide range of industries including Transportation, Public Works, Utility and Natural Resources (oil/gas, agriculture, leases). This session will demonstrate how the ArcGIS Parcel Fabric can help you maintain your “System of Record” for land parcels.
11:45 a.m. - 12:00p.m.
Closing Remarks & Door Prizes
Attendees GISP Credits: 4 hours - EDU
Presenters GISP Credits: 1 hour - CON