Geoscience Australia and the Australian National Data Service are convening a GeoNetwork Community of Practice which will be held in Canberra.
The first day will include presentations from current users of GeoNetwork, an update on developments in the international community by Simon Pigot, an update on standards and a time to ask questions and discuss issues with implementation on enterprise systems. The second morning will be a practical workshop for people wanting to implement or those who have and have specific questions to ask about their implementation. (If there is sufficient interest, another workshop may be scheduled in the afternoon.) There is no cost to register for this event. A draft agenda will be circulated by 10 March.
If you would like to attend, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by 17 March 2017 with your
· Name of attendee(s)
· Email; and
· If you would also like to attend the Day 2 workshop.
If you are available to give a 5-15minute presentation on the day about GeoNetwork or associated data management, please email a short description to email@example.com as soon as possible. We are also happy to receive requests for topics to be covered on the day.
The 44th annual conference of the Australian and New Zealand Map Society, Encircled by sea, will be held in Wollongong, New South Wales, September 7 – 9, 2016.
Australia and New Zealand share a common history of exploration and settlement along the coastal fringes. The 2016 conference will explore the European discovery and gradual mapping and settlement of Australia and New Zealand and the significant role explorers, surveyors and cartographers have played in shaping and documenting the changing coastal landscape over more than 200 years. The conference program also acknowledges the 400th anniversary of the landing of Dirk Hartog in his vessel the Eendracht off the coast of Shark Bay, on 25 October 1616.
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Robert Young will be speaking about William Branwhite Clarke, the subject of his recent publication This wonderfully strange country : Rev. W. B. Clarke, colonial scientist.
The program for the 2011 ANZMapS conference, Southern Latitudes, is now available. At the early registration session on the Tuesday evening, 24 May, attendees will have an opportunity to view the original Tasman map presented to the Mitchell Library by the Princess George of Greece in 1931.
ANZMapS conference program 2011
2011 ANZMapS conference in Sydney – Dave Nixon, Google Enterprise Engineer for Maps, will be presenting a contemporary approach to mapping on behalf of Google. Find out more about the conference…