South Central Arc User Group

Established 1990

2010 OKSCAUG Presentations

Agency Divisions Working Together to Improve GIS at the DEQ
Steve Webb, Amy Brittain, and Heather Mallory, Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality

1870 to 2010: Managing Land Boundaries
Jacob Carroll, Bearing Tree Land Surveying

MARS—Mississippi Area Remapping Strategy
Lauralee Gann, Mendrop~Wages, LLC., Civil Engineering & Surveyor

(Creek) Nation Cemeteries Project

Lyndsey Girod, Muscogee (Creek) Nation Geospatial Department

The Oklahoma Broadband Map: A Description of, and Lessons Learned from this Stimulus Funded Project
Barb Emery, Sanborn, Michael Terner, AppGeo

GeoCIP® – Modernization of a Statewide GIS Infrastructure Mapping & Inventory Program

Mike Sexton, Oklahoma Commerce

Reverse Geocoding Using Linear Referencing
Wesley Keller, City of Universal City, Texas

The GIS Professional (GISP) Certification Program

Sheila Wilson, GIS Certification Institute

Funding Prioritization for Planned Multi-Use Trails and On-Street Bikeways in the Tulsa Area

Barbara Gibson and Ty Simmons, INCOG

Validation of Oklahoma’s Broadband Map: A Multi-Pronged Approach
Sudha Maheshwari, The Sanborn Map Company; Marguerite Keesee, Kathy Hines, and May Yuan (Center for Spatial Analysis)

GeoCIP® – Implementing a GIS Mapping & Inventory Project at the Local Government Level
Jana Harris and Ann Marie Waugh, SWODA

Mass Production of Maps – Tips and Tricks
Pamela D. Jurney, Red Plains Professional, Inc.

4-H Youth in Action: Using GIS to Improve Communities
Jeff Sallee Ph D, 4-H Youth Development Oklahoma State University, Mary Peck, Washita County Extension Office, Samantha Ephgrave, Noble County Extension Office

Mapping for Workforce Investment in Central Oklahoma
Jeremy Andarakes, University of Oklahoma, Center for Spatial Analysis

Public Outreach – Providing Effective Data for Oklahoma Communities
Chris Hill, Meshek & Associates, PLC

COAGA 2010 - The application of digital imaging technology to a complex multi-stakeholder project

Bob Gray, Pinnacle Mapping Technologies, Inc. and John Sharp, ACOG

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