A Hundred Thousand

This past Friday Spatial {Query} Lab celebrated a major milestone, the cataloging of our 100,000th land record. The event celebrated the achievements of the Conrad Blucher Institute for Surveying and Science and the Special Collections and Archives at Mary and Jeff Bell Library. Ron Brister, an original champion of the project, was honored with cataloging the latest land records, an index map of Corpus Christi from the 1940s. The event was well attended by Texas surveyors and the general public. Here at S{Q}L we are still in shock at how far this project has come, serving… Read more »


Dr. Smith to Speak at URISA Texas Monthly Speaker Series – Digital Mapping in a Disaster Response Environment

Dr. Smith, Director of the Spatial {Query} Lab, will be presenting on the topic of ‘Digital Mapping in a Disaster Response Environment’ on Tuesday, October 25th from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (Central Time). URISA Texas is hosting the presentation online. Learn more about the presentation by visiting the event page at: http://urisatexas.org/event-2353872 or read below.

Presentation outline: 

Mapping is an integral part of a disaster response. Whether the maps are paper or digital, getting useful information to the right people at the right time is critical…and hard. Luckily, the rapid development of technology, in terms of… Read more »