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March 23, 2020

Mapping COVID-19 Spread

By: Rhiannon Killian, PhD, GISc Amongst the throng of unread emails with a COVID-19 subject line, my glazed eye brightens at the treasures – online COVID-19 […]
March 21, 2020

PanGIS Press Spring 2019

Storytelling through Maps Story maps use Geographic Information System (GIS) tools to combine geospatial data with photos, video, audio, and text to visualize a theme or […]
March 17, 2020

Book Reviews – Trashy Histories

Relationship with Trash As an archaeologist specializing in historic artifacts, my reference library is packed with books on obscure subjects. One subject I have an outsized […]
February 21, 2020

5 Ways to Discover the Living History of your Neighborhood

Local Archives: 1. Libraries An amazing resource to begin is your local library. Many libraries keep archives and records of your community’s history. Reading through old […]
February 21, 2020

3D Modeling and Photogrammetry

Making Artifacts Accessible As technology advances it allows for amazing things to occur. One of those things is the ability to create 3D models of artifacts. […]
February 20, 2020

A Geodatabase to Model Ancient Roman City Water Supplies by Rhiannon Killian

PanGIS Staff Highlight: This month’s PanGIS staff highlight is for Rhiannon Killian. Rhiannon created a case study on Roman Pompeii; and how we can draw parallels […]
February 16, 2020

The Historic Barton Schoolhouse

Preserving the Past with Technology The Historic Barton Schoolhouse is located in Redlands, CA. Built in 1901, the schoolhouse operated until 1937, when it was replaced […]
January 15, 2020

Egyptian Revival and the SDERy

Egyptian Revival and the SDERy by Doug Mengers As a Senior Archaeologist/Historian with PanGIS, Inc., a San Diego-based environmental consulting firm, many of the projects I consult on […]