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- December 2016 – Wuhan Trip
- October 2016 – CBI Quarterly Meeting
- December 2013 – CBI Field Ops
- February 2013 – Servicing Current Meters Along Packery Channel
- November 2012 – GIS Day
- November 2012 – Annual Surveying Field Camp
- August 2012 – Aransas Wildlife Refuge Survey
- June 2012 – Cooperative Agreements Between CBI and Chinese Geospatial Universitites
- February 2012 – Temporary Wind Turbine Installation at CBI
- November 2010 – GIS Day
- September 2008 – Operations Crew Inspect Aftermath of Hurricane Ike
- October 2004 – Operations Crew Inspect Aftermath of Hurricane Ivan
- CBI Staff Images (miscellaneous)
- CBI Conferences, Presentations, etc. (miscellaneous)
- CBI Surveying Related Images (miscellaneous)
- CBI TCOON Related Images (miscellaneous)
- GIS Program Images (miscellaneous)
Wuhan Trip (December 2016)
CBI operates many current meters along the Texas coast. The following images were captured during one of the site service visits along Packery Channel in February 2013.
Every year, TAMUCC-CBI (in partnership with Del Mar College) hosts “GIS Day”. This event is intended to teach students from local schools about GIS and geospatial processes. Close to a thousand students participated in this year’s event.
Students in the TAMUCC GIS program are required to take a “Field Camp” course which introduces them to a hands-on experience in the field of Geomatics.
In June of 2012, CBI director Gary Jeffress and professor Lucy Huang traveled to China to visit various geospatial universities and discuss cooperative agreements.
In February of 2012, CBI installed a temporary wind turbine behind the CBI building to analyze the amount of electricity that can be produced by the turbine.
Every year, TAMUCC-CBI (in partnership with Del Mar College) hosts “GIS Day”. This event is intended to teach students from local schools about GIS and geospatial processes. Hundreds of students participate in this event every year.
In September of 2008, Hurricane Ike made landfall near Galveston, TX with a devastating force. The CBI operations crew traveled to the area to assess the damage to the coastal monitoring equipment (most of which withstood significant damage).