The GIS Tech Hub is a new campus-wide resource that provides information about GIS technology. The devolopment of the GIS Tech Hub and website was funded through a SUNY Innovative Instruction Technology Grant. The GIS Tech Hub project aims to create a new centralized resource for teaching, sharing, and collaboration using GIS technology. The site hosts a variety of web mapping applications that demonstrate the use of GIS in urban planning and geography.
This research page is designed to highlight and archive meteorology & climatology related interests, projects, and research conducted either by Dr. Stephen Vermette or his students.
The Geography and Planning Department has five state-of-the-art laboratories: two state-of-the-art computer labs equipped with ESRI GIS software; a water quality lab, meteorology lab; and remote lab on the Island of San Salvador, Bahamas that is used for our Bahamas Field Experience course (seriously!).
The Geography and Planning Department has located a geocache on the Buffalo State campus. The prefix “Geo” refers to geography and “Cache,” as used in hiking, refers to a hiding place for provisions. Geocaching rules are simple: take something, leave something, and fill in the log book.
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