Institute for Spatial Analysis
The Institute for Spatial Analysis (ISA) was established in 1995 as part of the Klamath Bioregional Assessment Research Project. Since that time the ISA has grown to support a wide range of projects and activities for research on spatial analysis and modeling of natural resources and environment. Recent acquisitions of state-of-the-art computer, network, and software facilities enables students and faculty from across campus to effectively use geographic information systems (GIS) and image processing technologies in project and research. The Institute also serves spatial data across the web in support of on-going natural resource management programs.
Direct inquiries to: Dr. Mahesh Rao
For more information view the ISA web page