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2023 Hurricane Season Geospatial Data Mining Workshop

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(Formerly the Hurricane Season Geospatial Data Mining Workshop)

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LouisianaView has been organizing the Hurricane Season Geospatial Data Mining Workshop in June for the last 24 years. If you wish to participate in the upcoming workshop, email Brent Yantis.

Workshop Description: The purpose of the workshop is to promote geospatial coordination during hurricane season, to identify points of contact, and to share information about data portals and resources. Presentations will cover coordination related to hurricane season preparation, emergency response operations, ongoing recovery efforts, and an overview of the data clearinghouses, applications, and data acquisitions of federal and state agencies which collect and host geospatial data.

Workshop Cost: Free, but registration is required.

Date: June 1, 2023

Location: RAC Center Lab, 635 Cajundome Blvd. Lafayette, LA 70506

Sponsors: UL Lafayette Regional Application Center, U.S. Geological Survey, and the LouisianaView Program

Program Topics:

  • Coastal Emergency Risks Assessment (CERA) Application
  • USDA – Natural Resources Conservation Service GIS Data Sources
  • FEMA GeoPlatform
  • USGS Geospatial Resources through the National Map
  • USGS Hazards Data Distribution System (HDDS) and Remotely Sensed Image Access
  • Geospatial Resources from the National Weather Service
  • NGS Data Resources and the control Network
  • Louisiana National Guard

For more information, please contact us.