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Oklahoma SCAUG User Group Meeting at Norman

  • 26 Jul 2011
  • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • National Weather Center at the University of Oklahoma


  • Free Meeting Registration

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2011 July SCAUG Meeting & NEXRAD Tour

National Weather Center
University of Oklahoma
Room 1313
120 David L. Boren Blvd
NWC Suite 1100
Norman OK, 73072-7303

TOUR IS FULL as of Thursday, July 21

A special thanks to :
The National Weather Center for the facility
The Center for Spatial Analysis for helping coordinate the event & provide the morning coffee & drinks.

The first two parking rows are reserved for visitors & carpooling is encouraged as parking space will be limited.

Meeting Agenda:
8:30 – 8:45 - Welcome and Announcements

8:45 – 9:30 -
James Mallory - Oklahoma County Assessor
The Oklahoma County Assessor’s Public Access/GIS Website – Current applications and a look ahead

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9:30 – 9:45 ‐ Break

9:45 – 10:30 -
Julie Parker - Chesapeake Energy
Acquiring & Managing Land Assets Using GIS
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10:30 – 10:45 ‐ Break

10:45 – 11:45
- Karen Lizcano - ESRI
Land Management with ArcGIS 10 - Karen Lizcano
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11:45 ‐ Closing, Door Prizes and Lunch

1:00 – 3:00 – NEXRAD Tour

Presentations include:

James E. Mallory, GISP- Oklahoma County Assessor's Office
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GIS Director Oklahoma County Assessor’s Office
The Oklahoma County Assessor’s Public Access / GIS Website – Current applications and a look ahead.
Access to GIS maps, aerials, property descriptions, building attributes, sales info and other assessment data is crucial for the use of local Governments and the community in regards to emergency management, planning, economic development, real estate trends, ownership information and more. By integrating our CAMA (Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal) data with our GIS data and creating a public access system and ArcIms and ArcGIS Server/Silverlight site that communicates securely and in real time with "live" data, our users can access this information anytime anywhere on the internet. Users have access to numerous GIS layers, including parcel data, political districts, orthophotos, floodplains, railroad, street layers and more. Advanced applications allow our users to query property data from any layer with options to extract both CAMA and GIS data. Other features include linking to Microsoft Virtual Earth / Google Earth and Yahoo Maps as well as an option for GIS users to upload their on data.

Julie A. Parker- Chesapeake Energy
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Director, GIS Services
Acquiring & Managing Land Assets Using GIS Julie Parker is the
Director of GIS Services at Chesapeake Energy where her team provides mapping and analytical services throughout the organization.  Land is a fundamental asset for Chesapeake since all operations require the company to know where they have the rights to develop oil and gas resources.  The Land Department, which acquires and manages our Land-based assets, is a primary internal customer for GIS at Chesapeake.  Ms. Parker’s presentation will cover the basics of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) as they relate to Land workflows.  She will also provide examples of GIS analytical techniques, operational efficiencies,  and maps demonstrating the value of this technology and the partnership that exists with the Chesapeake Land Department.

Karen Lizcano - ESRI

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ESRI Solutions Engineer
Land Management with ArcGIS 10
ArcGIS 10 introduces a new data model, workflow, and tools to efficiently create and manage parcel data more accurately than ever before. This session is an introduction to the new Parcel Fabric layer. We will discuss migrating your data to the fabric, new editing tools available at ArcGIS 10, using COGO to input new parcels, as well as how to keep track of retired parcels.

Nexrad Presentation & Tower Tour
WSR-88D Radar Operations Center
1313 Halley Circle
Norman, OK 73069
TOUR IS FULL as of Thursday, July 21

attire & shoes are recommended for the Nexrad tower tour considering there will be several steep metal steps. Women are encouraged to wear shorts or slacks & men are discouraged from wearing kilts:)

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Attendees GISP credits : 4 hours - EDU - 0.1 credits
Presenters GISP Credits : 1 hour - CON -  1 credit

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