Geographic Information Systems

An Overview of Energy Regulation: Looking Backward to Look Forward

Energy Policy and Climate / Environmental Science and Policy Faculty Speaker Series A presentation by Craig Glazer An Overview of Energy Regulation: Looking Backward to Look Forward The presentation is followed by light refreshments and networking opportunities. Details Monday, November 30, 2015, 12-1:30pm Johns Hopkins Washington, DC Center, 1717 Massachusetts Ave. NW (Room 204) Web link to read more…

GIS Faculty Member Co-Edit’s and Contributes Chapter to New Book

Land Use and Land Cover Semantics: Principles, Best Practices, and Prospects

Land Use and Land Cover Semantics: Principles, Best Practices, and Prospects Features Discusses the theory and foundations of categorization, metadata, ontology, content analysis, and more Provides a synthesis of ongoing research in the area of LULC semantics Includes use cases from applying semantics in searches, LULC classification, spatial analysis, and visualization Summary Explore the Important read more…

GIS Alum discusses Capstone Project

I presented my capstone project at the Council of Geographic Names Authorities (COGNA) 2015 national conference (http://cogna50usa.org/) that was being held here in Anchorage, AK. I was able to have my wife Lisa Wade, who is a Chickaloon Native Village Council Member and the Director of Education at the Ya Ne Dah Ah Tribal School read more…

GIS Student Awarded Esri User Conference Student Assistantship

Courtney Maxson

Courtney Maxson, a current student in the Johns Hopkins Master of Science in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) program, was recently awarded a Student Assistantship for the 2014 Esri User Conference in July. Based in California, Esri is a leading international supplier of GIS applications, software, and geodatabase management tools. The Esri User Conference (UC) promotes read more…

In honor of Earth Day, Environmental Program Director Bikes to Work

Earth Day - Bike Commute

What have you done to commemorate Earth Day 2014? To acknowledge Earth Day 2014 Antoinette WinklerPrins, Program Director for the Environmental Programs here at AAP, biked to work at the Johns Hopkins Washington, DC Center campus from her home in Arlington, VA. An avid bicyclist, she usually uses a mixture of bike and public transit read more…

Subscribe to AAP Podcasts