Amy Robb

Chaco Canyon Research

Wetherbee Dorshow, The GIS Institute’s Executive Director and an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Anthropology Department at the University of New Mexico, leverages TGI resources in ongoing geospatial modelling and analysis at Chaco Canyon. With support from Earth Analytic, Inc. and Lidar Guys LLC, we conducted laser scanning at Pueblo […]

Archaeological and Environmental Research in Anguilla

In June of 2013, The GIS Institute’s Wetherbee Dorshow initiated an effort to support ongoing archaeological and environmental research on the island of Anguilla. First, we helped the Anguilla National Trust, a not-for-profit focused on conservation, with some basic GIS training and support tasks: ArcGIS software installation and configuration. Initial […]

ESRI User’s Conference

The GIS Institute was represented this year at the 2013 Esri User’s Conference in San Diego. Not only was it an inspiring meeting of the minds, it also reinvigorated and reaffirmed the significance of doing this work. Here’s an overview of the research we presented, collected from projects we currently […]