We are a diverse team of faculty, researchers, and geospatial specialists working to build GIS capacity in coastal communities to help them identify and mitigate risks associated with climate change, natural disasters, and other coastal-related issues.
We train local, state, and federal employees how to use GIS software and analyze geospatial data.
We support coastal communities in the use and application of geospatial technologies.
We develop research based geospatial tools and applications to address issues facing coastal regions.
The GEO Project is one of the largest GIS education and outreach projects in the U.S., providing more than 450 GIS training workshops, educating over 4,500 government employees, and assisting 150 agencies in the adoption of GIS technologies.