Do you have a map for that? Or maybe an app?
Map Gallery submissions are now open for the 2019 KAM Conference! The Map Gallery is a great opportunity to showcase your unique or challenging mapping or web app creations. Check out the Map Gallery Guidelines and submit your Map or Web App here.
All submissions received by October 1, 2019 will be entered into a drawing for a gift card!
Submit your KAM presentation abstract by Sunday, June 30, 2019.
These are great topics to present and discuss with your peers at the Kansas Association of Mappers Conference from October 15-18, 2019 in Lawrence! The deadline for abstracts is quickly approaching, so don’t be late. Presenting is open to all, regardless of membership status with KAM.
Our heartiest congratulations goes out to Abbey Marcotte, a graduate student at Kansas State University, for being selected to receive the 2019 John Cowan Memorial Scholarship! Abbey's master's project focuses on quantifying past and present mechanisms of how bedrock rivers erode laterally into channel banks. We look forward to hearing more about her research, either in an upcoming issue of Metes and Bounds or at KAM 2019 this fall. Congratulations, Abbey!
KAM is pleased to share the news that Processor-GIS will be providing lunch to all of our participants in the May 30th class "Hands-On Experience with Editing and Layouts in ArcGIS Pro"! Thank you to KAM member Justin Hawley for sponsoring this event.
Seats are still available in this class, scheduled to take place in Manhattan, KS on Thursday, May 30. Roll up your sleeves and get your hands into ArcGIS Pro with us, won't you?
1320 Research Dr, Manhattan, KS (KDA Conference Room)Requirements: Laptop or Device with ArcGIS Pro installed and licensed
This hands on class will cover editing and layouts in ArcGIS Pro. The class will be divided into two sections. The morning section will discuss connecting to data and editing workflow. Topics include: adding data, displaying the attribute table, adding fields, creating new features, and feature templates. The afternoon section will discuss layouts. Topics include: creating new layouts, adding and managing elements, managing the data view from the layout, bookmarks, custom symbology, and export options. This class is suitable for beginner to advanced users. Some exposure to ArcGIS Pro before the class will be extremely helpful to get the most benefit from class materials. All participants need access to ArcGIS Pro via laptop and to make sure it is licensed properly.
Abstracts are now being accepted to present at the annual KAM Conference! Anyone interested in presenting must submit an application online using the form available under the Conference menu above.
Applications are due by 11:59 pm on Friday, May 31, 2019.
Any questions may be directed to Joanna Rohlf, CFM, GISP, Program Committee Chair. (Contact information is available under Networking in the Member Directory.)
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The GIS team at the Kansas Department of Emergency Management has created an Operations Dashboard to monitor flood conditions throughout our state. Kudos to KAM members Mike D'Attilio and Luke Finley, KDEM, for putting together such a valuable resource!
Visit https://maps.kansastag.gov/floodmonitor to see this great resource in action!
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