WELCOME TO THE MAINE GIS USER GROUP!
Don’t forget to renew your membership or join MEGUG!
It's time for MEGUG Lightning Talks Wednesday, March 25 at Frontier restaurant, bar, theatre, cafe and event venue in Brunswick. Catch up with your colleagues and enjoy some tasty apps and a beer/wine/soft drink on us!
This event is free, but RSVP is required.
Have some info to share? We are looking for presentations of no more than 5 minutes in length (10-15 sec per slide). Humorous presentations are welcome! Please contact Judy at firstname.lastname@example.org with your presentation ideas.
The Maine GIS User Group is partnering with the Maine Municipal Association for the Maine Municipal Technology & New Energy Conference. This year’s event is Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at the Augusta Civic Center.
If you are interested in presenting at the Maine Municipal Technology conference in our GIS track please contact Judy Colby-George as soon as possible. We are looking for unique and interesting talks focused on GIS for municipalities. Ideally your talk would feature some new technology or innovation that would be of interest to municipalities but we are open to most anything GIS. Talks should be 30 minutes, or you can put together a panel discussion that would be a 60 minute slot. We are flexible, so feel free to contact Judy with any ideas you think would be interesting.
If you are interested in sponsorship of the 2020 MMA Technology conference, please visit the sponsorship registration page.
Congratulations to last year's Fall Conference Poster Winners
1st Place: Ashley Talyor, University of Maine at Machias: Mobile
Mapping: A new tool for eelgrass monitoring around Mount Desert Island –
2nd Place: Dianna Farrell, University of Southern Maine: Arctic Landscape Transitions: Ice cap and terrestrial edges across Hofsjökull, Iceland – Undergraduate Category
3rd Place: Andrew Howland, University of Maine at Machias: Downtown
Machias Flood Scenarios & Economic Impact – Undergraduate Category
1st Place: Brandi LeRoy, University of Maine at Machias: Mapping a Historic Railway: The Old Veazie Railroad – Graduate Category