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GIS Workshops | Katie McKnight – Digital Lead GIS The GIS workshops cover the basics of digital Geographic Information System mapping and directly support the studio project work. GIS Workshop One includes geo-referencing historic maps, creating thematic maps, and visualizing data geospatially. GIS Workshop Two focuses on topics that assist students in creating a past, present, future narrative of their assigned team site in San Francisco. Students use historic maps to understand the urban morphology and historic ecology, while layering current and projected future maps to see areas of intersection and transformation. Additionally, each team creates scaled base maps to use as reference during Field Work. GIS Workshop Three explorea higher level mapping functions such as 3D visualization with ArcScene, while paying particular attention to mapping as an art to achieve compelling and informative graphics.

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Disc*2016 (Design & Innovation for Sustainable Cities) Catalog  

A compendium documenting the final student projects completed during summer 2016.

Disc*2016 (Design & Innovation for Sustainable Cities) Catalog  

A compendium documenting the final student projects completed during summer 2016.

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