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The geoplanning suite GeoMapApp (formerly called LandMap) provides an overview of the entire planet. In addition to plotting DEMs from NASA’s Global DEM (Gridded Data on the Web) \ and ASTER/Terra (with ALSI/ALSR) databases, users can plot their own DEMs, the latest geological maps from Natural Earth, Sea Level Pressure, and Land Extent. A number of pre-built layers are provided for plotting bathymetry and topography.
Download DEM data for use in GeoMapApp:
Use the Natural Earth DEM viewer to access NASA’s Global DEM (Gridded Data on the Web) \ and ASTER/Terra (with ALSI/ALSR) data. The Natural Earth DEM viewer can be used in conjunction with GeoMapApp to visualize the data in the following areas:
o Existential Bedrock Layers
o Ocean Floor Bathymetry
o Regional Basin Boundaries
o Land Extent
o Geologic Units
o Stratigraphic Units
Download Bathymetry data for use in GeoMapApp:
The Marine Geoscience Data System (MGDS) is a collection of data for the entire Earth, the most comprehensive data set of its kind. MGDS is the first open-access database to host high resolution (~1 km node spacing) bathymetry from multibeam sonar data for ocean areas and ASTER (Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer) and NED (National Elevation Dataset) topography datasets for the global land masses. For each dataset, users can download the data for display on their own computer or, for ocean areas, plot the data in GeoMapApp.
Use the GeoMapApp browser to plot your own bathymetry. Both the earth’s surface and seafloor are represented by several classes of nodal layers. The entire world is represented by a set of single- or multiple-sided surfaces. Users can plot the seafloor in both global and nautical scale, or create and plot their own surfaces. GeoMapApp also provides a means to plot bathymetry from the MGDS data in exact location (lat-long) and scale (nautical miles or grids) to meet their own needs.
Ocean Area Bathymetry:
o At the global level, MGDS bathymetry is plotted at intervals of 30 km for ocean areas.
o At the nautical
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The KM application provides the user with direct access to and visualization of the Global Multi-Resolution Topography (GMRT) collection. The program provides access to pre-computed bathymetry in GPK format for the entire planet.
GeoMapApp uses the same Geographic Information System (GIS) software infrastructure as the MGDS to automatically search and calculate the appropriate geopackage for any MGDS record. A global view of the data for a particular MGDS record is displayed. Users can select a region of interest and can zoom to the scale of their choice.
The GeoMapApp data manipulation capabilities provide for the presentation and analysis of MGDS data. For example, interactive and color-coded relief display, isochrones, contour maps, topographic models, and even 3D data (with the use of plug-ins) are provided in this simple user interface.
GeoMapApp can be used in a desktop application mode or through a web-based interface.
Plain old GeoMapApp is a desktop, stand-alone app for the Mac. It allows the user to view, calculate, and interact with MGDS records in a user-friendly format.
GeoMapApp can display results from MGDS records on the surface of the planet (using a local or world map projection).
MGDS records can be examined by clicking on the link provided by the GIS software infrastructure in which the MGDS data was calculated.
The program can display the bathymetry of MGDS records as contours, as isochrones, or as isometric surfaces.
GeoMapApp can display MGDS results for any region of interest on the planet.
GeoMapApp can display contours, isochrones, and isometric surfaces for up to five layers (depth, bathymetry, etc.).
A selection of interactive and color-coded relief display, isochrones, contours, and topographic models can be displayed.
Any MGDS record can be viewed as 3D isometric data using the native GIS plug-in or using MGDS plug-ins.
MGDS records can be displayed as oblique imagery on a Mercator projection (if the MGDS records are stored in GeoPackage format).
Data from the NED dataset can be displayed as isometric reliefs.
Data from the ASTER dataset can be displayed as isometric reliefs.
GeoMapApp displays the results of MGDS records as
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The GMRT uses the GMRT/MITAB and GMRT/NAIP database format. MITAB is the primary format and NAIP is a backup. MITAB format consists of a generalized data frame containing six grids of quantities that contain spatial and non-spatial information. A specific data frame is used to contain the spatial information for each grid. Each data frame has a unique identifier, or index. The index is created by appending the suffix “D” to the descriptor word “MIN”. There are two index types: real indexes and complex indexes. Each real index begins with the descriptor word “IDX” followed by a unique number that is appended to the index name. Each complex index begins with the descriptor word “CIDX” followed by a unique number.
The software was originally named the XRS GeoMapApp, and was developed in the late 1990s by Professor David Pyne at Columbia University. David Pyne began his work at Columbia University in 1966 and left there in 1997 to work on the Lidar Terrain Observation Facility (LTOF) at Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.
In 1999, the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA) commissioned a tool for the production of Quickbird DEMs (Digital Elevation Models) called Quickbird DEM Builder. Quickbird DEM Builder became part of the XRS software suite that includes the Quickbird Mission Geologist. In the summer of 2005, the user interface and functions were reworked. In the summer of 2009, a new, more complete version was released. The GIS application started out as a client program for the Earth Exploration Toolkit which is developed at Columbia University by Martin J. Melzheimer. In March 2009, the Earth Observation Toolkit (EOTK) was retired and has been replaced by the Marine Geoscience Data System (MGDS). The MGDS continues to provide the tools needed to use the XRS and its related applications.
The Digital Elevation Model Builder/Geologist’s Toolkit and Quickbird DEM Builder are now provided through the Marine Geoscience Data System (MGDS).
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What’s New In GeoMapApp?
GeoMapApp (and Data Set <= 3.1.3) was created to explore features in real time using the following four main operations:
1. Seamless terrain layer control: right click any point in a region of interest and use the toggle button to select terrain types (e.g. ocean, land, river, lake, etc.)
2. Select terrain feature from a list of features using a sort button
3. Export a desired feature to any GeoTiff compatible format. If the requested feature type is available, the output is saved.
4. Save the current data set for later use.
Additional features include:
1. Real time data display. Once a data set is selected, the displayed data is updated every second. You can then zoom in on the data, pan around the data, and interact with the data on the fly.
2. Orbit control in real time: select from a list of orbit options that are displayed on the map. The orbit options for orbital altitude, latitude, longitude, or local time can be selected. These parameters can be set to real time values or adjusted for the current data set (a reference datum setting for the selected data set can be selected for automatic updating).
3. DRILLS page to select individual regions of interest (including the capability to select regions by the data coordinate system), include geophysical or geochemical feature types, or both. Drill down from the list of features and select a data point and/or attributes.
4. A set of pre-defined search queries that can be executed by text strings. Results from the queries can be stored and re-executed later. Results can be viewed on a search results page.
5. A database for general information about the GMRT database and the current data set.
There are many more features, capabilities, and capabilities that are constantly being added. Please refer to the GeomapApp home page for more details.
Data formats supported:
1. Oblique OrthoTiffs
2. Local projected Tiffs
3. NED projected Tiffs
4. Matched Tiffs
6. GeoTiff mosaic
Please note that GeoMapApp does not support many of the formats that are common with many GIS software packages. For example, you cannot view GeoTiff mosaics or GeoTiffs created from local projected Tiffs with most GIS packages.
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Preferred hardware requirements:
Game version: Demo (or final)
Operating system: Windows XP SP2 or later.
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or later, 2 GHz
Memory: 1 GB or more RAM
Graphics: 800×600 resolution (16-bit or higher)
Hard Drive: 2 GB free space
Screen Resolution: 1024×768 resolution or higher
Minimum hardware requirements:
Operating system: Windows XP SP2 or later.