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A geographic information system (GIS), captures, stores, analyzes, manages, and presents data that refers to or is linked to location.

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FreeGIS.org
Links to free software and data.
Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis: GIS Timeline Team
A timeline reference outlining the history of GIS.
The Food and Agriculture Organization
The FAO GeoNetwork provides Internet access to interactive maps, satellite imagery and related spatial databases.
GeoCommunity
Data downloads, news, software tools and utilities.
GIS Cafe
A resource for GIS professionals.
GIS Case Studies
Examples of United States and Canada raster and vector GIS projects.
GIS Lounge
The complete source for information and resources. Information on data and applications and about GIS careers.
GIS.com
Provides introductory overviews on many aspects of GIS. Find information about industries, curriculums and current events in GIS.
GISuser
Site delivers the latest news, feature articles, and updates concerning the use of GIS, LBS, GPS, and geospatial technologies.
Public Health
Provides information on the use of GIS in public health applications, from a 1998 conference.
SlashGeo
News and discussions about GIS, remote sensing and everything geospatial.
SpatialNews
News, features, career postings, events, and daily wire.
Svemir.co
News and tutorials that covers topics about web mapping, geospatial technology, GNSS and mobile mapping.

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