GIS provides a tool to compile and manage spatial data generated from our various instruments. We have the capabilities of delivering GIS data in an array of presentation formats; including paper production, ESRI geodatabases, shapefiles or interchange files (.eOO), and ESRI ArcMap (9.0 and higher) documents. We can tailor GIS construction for specific client needs and present deliverables for those who do not have access to ESRI ArcGIS products through the use of ArcReader. This freeware provides access to GIS data in an interactive environment where users are able to design queries and print documents from the compiled GIS data provided through our services. All our data are delivered to client defined standards with regards to coordinate system, projection, feature attributes and metadata. Selected projects include:
GIS Coordinator for the Grand Canyon National Park Geoarchaeological Project. Molly Boeka Cannon, lead.
Jerry Peak Archaeological and Fire Management Assessment Study. Submitted to the Salmon Field Office, Bureau of Land Management, Idaho. Kenneth P. Cannon, Molly Boeka Cannon, and Ario McKee.
National Park Service Midwest Region Native American Graves Protection and Repartriation Act GIS. Anne Vawser and Molly Boeka Cannon.
Historic Trails of Nebraska Web-Based Geographic Information System. Molly Boeka Cannon, lead.
Hot Springs National Park Cultural Resource Geographic Information System. Molly Boeka Cannon, lead.