The GSSC specializes in Database Design, Data Archiving and Web Mapping Services for natural and social science data. This includes support of point, time series, imagery, model results, and survey data. Our data management services include data acquisition, data QA/QC, data archiving, data query, data visualization and sonification, and data dissemination. To find out more about these services click on their titles to the left.
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The GSSC is a fully equipped Applications Development center staffed with professional computer programmers who specialize in the development of scientific solutions to natural and social science questions. Our work is regularly funded through grants from NASA, the National Science Foundation, NOAA, and National Geographic Society.
Put our specialty to work for you in:
Please see the NH EPSCoR Data Discovery Center website or
the NH GRANIT LiDAR website for examples of our work.
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The GSSC provides a wide variety of GIS and Geo-Analytics support to Process, Align, Explore, and Analyze your geospatial data.
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The GSSC provides a wide variety of Cartography and Story Map support services to help bring your data alive in map or story map from.
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The GSSC is staffed with Remote Sensing and Image Processing experts, as well as UAV pilots. We provide collaborative remote sensing and analysis support services through the use of:
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The GSSC provides Geospatial Field Support Services to current and ongoing projects through the use of the following:
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The GSSC provides new and innovative ways to perceive geospatial data, through the exciting field of data sonification. Musically encoded sonifications provide an effective means to communicate science by allowing users to hear data as music. These sonifications are perceived as pitches played on different instruments, enabling users to hear a mix of instruments, rhythms, and scales translated from data to sound that are comparable to that of composed music. Data sonification is a very useful and reliable means of communicating data for those visually impaired and is particularly useful for detecting anomalies in data series.