NANFA-- A tool for automated georeferencing of natural history data

Denkhaus, Robert (
Tue, 9 Dec 2003 12:09:09 -0600

This came from the Natural History Collections Listserve and looks like it may
be handy in documenting specific collection points.

Rob Denkhaus
Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge

> Earlier this year the Tulane Museum of Natural History released
> GEOLocate, an NSF funded tool for computer-aided georferencing of
> natural history museum data. GEOLocate is free and supports a
> wide array
> of features. Some of the features include: single record
> georeferencing,
> multi record batch georeferencing, waterbody and bridge crossing
> detection, assignment of a precision estimate letting users know which
> records need the most review, polygonal error determination, visual
> correction system and includes data for all 50 US states, Canada and
> Mexico.
> I invite you to visit to learn
> more and sign up for a free copy.
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