Feb 2000: trip to California

Between 14 and 18 February I visited a number of GIS and digital spatial information sites and acquired pointers to a number of resources that need further exploration. Here they are, with such commentary as I can provide at the moment:

From Santa Barbara:

Alexandria Digital Library Project and Gazetteer Server

From Berkeley:

OpenGIS Consortium

Merced Project of the UC Center for Environmental Design Research

World and Terraserver Data

MetaViz: Visual Interaction with Geospatial Digital Libraries

Global Geomatics

From Stanford:

GIS at Branner Earth Sciences Library

From SRI:

geoVRML Working Group

TerraVision Plugin


dgeo.org (SRI's Digital Earth Project)

Visualizing Global Change Laboratory at SRI

Transforming Learning and Traveling through the Digital Earth (NASA ESE Education Proposal)

From Michael Phoenix:

Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative