The Geospatial Centroid has supported, developed, created, or worked on well over 150 projects since its inception–some small, some large, and many in between. The images/links below include a selection of particularly engaging projects that you can explore on your own. The subsequent list includes additional projects to illustrate the diversity of work the Centroid can do.


Other Sample Projects

3D Geology/Owl Canyon
Cache La Poudre (ongoing) / Poudre Portal
Cartography: Longs Peak/RMNP for Ruth Alexander
Elk Mapping in Rocky Mountain National Park
Food Access in Fort Collins (Bohemian Foundation)
FWS Shoreline Mapping
GIS in Health: Aligning census data with field observation data; distance to trauma centers in CO
Lake Tahoe Art Project
Minneapolis/Racine children LEAD exposure
Poudre River WQ project
Prisons and Agriculture
Quitobaquito Maps
USFWS – Amenities at National Wildlife Refuges
Watershed Data Hub: organize and publish multiple spatial data layers for four watersheds in the West