C4G & LSRC Projects
The LSU Center for GeoInformatics is home to the Louisiana Spatial Reference Center and Louisiana's only Statewide GPS/GNSS Real-Time Network, C4GNet.
In 2001, LSU’s College of Engineering created a Center for GeoInformatics (C4G) to build new research and services in Geodesy and GeoInformatics. In 2002, C4G's founding executive director Dr. Roy K. Dokka established the Louisiana Spatial Reference Center (LSRC) through a partnership with NOAA's National Geodetic Survey with a focus on creating a state-of-the-art positional infrastructure for the state of Louisiana and to provide technical leadership, training and access to Continuously Operating Reference Stations (CORS) data.
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The Louisiana Virtual Coast Data Archive is a joint program maintained by the Center for GeoInformatics and the Hurricane Center at Louisiana State University.
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Maximum of Maximum (MOM) are the best tool we have to show storm surge & the water levels from inundation models for each category hurricane hitting Louisiana's coast.
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Geodesists and surveyors use datums to create starting or reference points for work requiring accurate coordinates that are consistent with one another.
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