movie of the Maryland
Bays area. I poached
data from the
Atlas CD. Though I
have to hand paint the DEM
Photoshop. The pie charts
you fly over represent
nitrogen loading numbers
I created for a concept GIS
on predicting Pfiesteria
with a GIS. If nothing else,
provides a neat way to visualize
relationships between and
|This group was formed
to stimulate interaction between users of TNTmips GIS in the Great
Lakes Region. For the time being we must limit the participants to those
in Great Lakes states and provinces.
For now the group will be administered
via bulk emails sent to the group. However, the founders are actively seeking
the resources to create a TNTgl newsgroup. The newsgroup will allow self
administration of the list, archival and search features. Anyone who would
be willing to assist us in this migration please contact the owner of this
For those outside of this region who would
like to participate in this list we suggest one of four things:
note that this group is not directly affiliated with the makers of TNTmips
GIS, Microimages, Inc.
Joining the news:comp.infosystems.gis
global GIS newsgroup. We ourselves feel that the product would greatly
benefit from an expanded presence on that newsgroup and will be bopping
through it from time to time. If you are using Netscape Communicator 4.5
or higher for Windows, subscribing to the newsgroup should be as easy as
clicking on the link above. Preferences can be edited using the last three
items in the 'Edit'
menu when the newsgroup
back here for highlites and tips from the discussions in the list. This
feature is of course subject to the time constraints of the owner of the
your own regional group. If we can do it anyone can. Feel free to contact
us with questions.
Depending on the direction and managerial demands of this list the potential
always exists that it could be expanded.
The mailing list: Names of those
people who indicated an interest in the list and are within the Great Lakes
region should have received a bulk email with names and contacts of list
members. With any luck we should be seeing some traffic on the TNTgl
mailling list soon. I will be conducting a survey of the members to determine
certain administrative parameters. If you are interested in being added
to the list, please contact the owner of this page.
Using the newsgroup: For those who
wish to filter for topic concerning only Microimages products, please include
"TNT" somewhere in the subject line of your posts to the newgroup. When
the yellow glasses
are showing, this means that a message fits one of the criteria in your
filter settings and is 'watched'.