Day 4 of the Integrated Map Of North America Workshop
L to R (clockwise) - Attendee group photo -> Front (L to R) Abrahim Guerrero, Vanessa Baez, Eufracio Zavala, Nancy Wong, Paul Weise, (rear) David Henry, Scott Tweedy, Elaine Guidero, Sean Hanna, Roberto Lugo, Sergio Rodriguez; Roberto Lugo (PAIGH) discussing flow issues with Hydrography data sets; close-up view of Canada/U.S. river networks; Abrahim Guerrero (INEGI) and Scott Tweedy (NRCanada) collaborating.
Representatives from the national mapping agencies of Canada (Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)), Mexico (Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía (INEGI)), and the United States (U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)), met in Ottawa, Canada to begin integrating data products from each country into an Integrated Map of North America (INMA). This workshop was facilitated and sponsored by the Pan American Institute of Geography and History (PAIGH), building upon successful past workshops in Central and South America.
Images show working sessions and attendee group photo