The Southeast Alaska GIS Library is a cooperative project sponsored by the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, the Alaska Department of Natural Resources, the Geographic Information Network of Alaska, The Nature Conservancy of Alaska, the National Marine Fisheries Service of NOAA, the US Forest Service, the US Fish and Wildlife Service and the University of Alaska Southeast. The project operates under the terms of a Memorandum of Understanding.
Our goal is to promote the use of regional geospatial data and applications to further research and improve management of public resources in Southeast Alaska.
In addition, the GIS Library provides a framework for coordinating the acquisition and sharing of spatial data between the public, researchers, educators, and managers. It also provides a forum for discussing regional data standards, future data needs, and opportunities for collaboration.
We have put the finishing touches on the Wetlands Module webpage and application. Data>Thematic Collections>Wetland Data read more
The Southeast Alaska GIS Library and Spatial Ecosystem Analysis Lab (UAS) are hosting a Python Scripting Workshop taught by Blue Skies Solutions this Spring! read more
There are still places available in this spring’s Advanced GIS class at UAS – ENVS/GEOG 410. read more
The Southeast Alaska GIS Library will offer a short workshop to help get your metadata written. Tuesday, January 8th, at 1:30 pm in the GIS Lab at UAS, Hendrickson Building, Room 110. read more