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WeoGeo is a marketplace service that allows users to discover, transform and download geospatial data. WeoGeo launched at the 2007 Where 2.0 Conference in San Jose, CA. WeoGeo and Safe Software announced a partnership in 2008 to bring FME Server to the cloud on Amazon Web Services.WeoGeo was co-founded by W. Paul Bissett and Dave Kohler. Wikipedia.


Pryor A.J.E.,University of Cambridge | Steele M.,WeoGeo | Jones M.K.,University of Cambridge | Svoboda J.,Masaryk University | And 2 more authors.
Antiquity | Year: 2013

The classic image of Upper Palaeolithic hunter-gatherers in Europe envisages them hunting large mammals in largely treeless landscapes. That is partly due to the nature of the surviving archaeological evidence, and the poor preservation of plant remains at such ancient sites. As this study illustrates, however, the potential of Upper Palaeolithic sites to yield macrofossil remains of plants gathered and processed by human groups has been underestimated. Large scale flotation of charred deposits from hearths such as that reported here at Dolní Věstonice II not only provides insight into the variety of flora that may have been locally available, but also suggests that some of it was being processed and consumed as food. The ability to exploit plant foods may have been a vital component in the successful colonisation of these cold European habitats. © Antiquity Publications Ltd. Source


Hill V.,Old Dominion University | Zimmerman R.,Old Dominion University | Bissett P.,Florida Environmental Research Institute | Kohler D.,WeoGeo
34th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment - The GEOSS Era: Towards Operational Environmental Monitoring | Year: 2011

Utility of the Worldview2 (WV2) sensor was examined for mapping and quantifying submerged aquatic habitats along the Florida Gulf Coast. Benthic types ranged from bare sand to dense seagrass. Satellite imagery was atmospherically calibrated using coincident ground based measurements of R rs. Sand and seagrass were distinguished by brightness in the green (510 to 580 nm) band. Bottom reflectance (R b) for each sand and seagrass pixel was retrieved using a radiative transfer approach that removed the filtering effects of the overlying water column. Seagrass abundance was then calculated using an empirical relationship between R b in the green and LAI. Characteristics of the sensor requires independent knowledge of water depth and benthic optical properties in order to quantify these benthic habitats, however once these properties are known successive images can be processed without the need for further in situ collections. Source


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Trimble and WeoGeo | Date: 2008-11-11

Computer software for use in the storage and delivery of mapping systems; computer software for use in electronic transmission of data, images, and documents via a global computer network; computer software for use in searching, retrieving, indexing, and organizing data; computer software for use in searching and retrieving information, websites, and other resources on computer networks; computer software for use in providing a directory of information, websites, and resources available on computer networks; computer software for use in providing multiple-user access to a computer network for the dissemination of a wide range and variety of information; computer software for use in interactive mapping. Providing a web site whereby buyers of mapping products can locate and receive quotations from multiple competitive sources and sellers of mapping products can identify and bid on multiple new sales opportunities. Computer services, namely, providing search engine for locating mapping information, resources and websites of others on a global computer network; online computer mapping services; providing temporary use of online non-downloadable software for use in interactive mapping through a personalized web page interface; cartography and mapping services for others for use in the production of maps, including geospatial imaging; hosting online web facilities for organizing and conducting online meetings, gatherings and interactive discussions through blogs, forums and wikis; computer services in the nature of customized web pages featuring user-defined information, personal profiles and information.


Trademark
Trimble and WeoGeo | Date: 2008-11-11

Computer software for use in the storage and delivery of mapping systems; computer software for use in electronic transmission of data, images, and documents via a global computer network; computer software for use in searching, retrieving, indexing, and organizing data; computer software for use in searching and retrieving information, websites, and other resources on computer networks; computer software for use in providing a directory of information, websites, and resources available on computer networks; computer software for use in providing multiple-user access to a computer network for the dissemination of a wide range and variety of information; computer software for use in interactive mapping. Providing a web site whereby buyers of mapping products can locate and receive quotations from multiple competitive sources and sellers of mapping products can identify and bid on multiple new sales opportunities. Computer services, namely, providing search engine for locating mapping information, resources and websites of others on a global computer network; online computer mapping services; providing temporary use of online non-downloadable software for use in interactive mapping through a personalized web page interface; cartography and mapping services for others for use in the production of maps, including geospatial imaging; hosting online web facilities for organizing and conducting online meetings, gatherings and interactive discussions through blogs, forums and wikis; computer services in the nature of customized web pages featuring user-defined information, personal profiles and information.


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