Event: The Basics of Linear Referencing in a GIS

On Saturday, January 26, 2013 I’ll be giving a talk entitled “The Basics of Linear Referencing in a GIS”. The talk will be given at the 52nd CSUF Geomatics Conference, in Clovis California.

The talk will explaing what linear referencing is, the problems it solves, and how it works. An example of linear referencing application to a GIS for stream flow measurement will be used as an example throughout the talk. At the end of the talk, an exercise in GIS design with linear referencing for bridge district operations will be performed with the audience.

You can read information, download files, and find links related to that talk on this web page.


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