AAG meeting demonstrates a practical approach to geography

04/5/2012 | Directions Magazine

AAG's annual meeting in February had an increased emphasis on practical skills, writes Richard D. Quodomine, the GIS coordinator for the New York State Department of Transportation and vice chair of the Public/Private Affinity Group for AAG. "Many aspects of the globally interactive economy rely on solid geographic knowledge to make decisions based on location utility," he notes.

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