We now have USGS initiatives to capture high-quality lidar data for parts of the Neches River Basin, Jack & Archer County, Lake Amistad, and the Middle Brazos Lake Whitney Watershed available.
Brian Unger, a host on the Travel Channel and former Daily Show Correspondent, will be a keynote at the 2018 Texas GIS Forum.
Bill Johnson, AppGeo’s carpe geo evangelist and former GIO for the state of New York, will be a keynote at the 2018 Texas Gis Forum.
The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) recently released updates to the TWDB Flood Viewer with contributions from the TNRIS development team.
Read our wrap-up from the 2018 GeoRodeo and view photos taken at the event. See you on the Event Horizon!
A collaborative initiative to capture high-quality Lidar data for portions of the Texas coast in Jefferson and Liberty Counties.
Highlights from 2nd Quarter Meeting (2018) of the GIO.
Lou Falconieri, a legend of Texas GIS and key figure in TNRIS's history, recently passed. We offer our humble remembrance to recognize his contributions to our community.
A collaborative initiative to capture high-quality Lidar data for Central Texas
Back by popular demand, we've revived one of the most innovative ways to browse our wide array of data holdings - GISCAT.