The Cartography and Geographic Information Society (CaGIS) consists of over 500 cartographers and GIScience professionals.
What does CaGIS stand for?
CaGIS stands for Cartography and Geographic Information Society
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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See other definitions of CaGIS
We have 4 other meanings of CaGIS in our Acronym Attic
- Carp Anglers Group Invitational (est. 2003)
- Community Action of Greater Indianapolis (Indianapolis, IN)
- Compressed Air & Gas Institute
- Comptroller and Auditor General of India
- Computer Aided Grid Interface (computer aided design software)
- Consultative Association of Guyanese Industry
- Central Area General Improvement District (Boulder, CO)
- Cellulose Acetate Gel Isoelectric Focusing
- Chronic Atrophic Gastritis with Intestinal Metaplasia
- Canadian Association for Girls in Science (Ontario, Canada)
- Chicago Area Geographic Information Study (University of Illinois)
- Cincinnati Area Geographic Information System
- Computer Assistance Guidance Information Software
- County Adjusted Gross Income Tax
- Community Alliance for Global Justice (Seattle, WA)
- Canadian Advisory Group on Joint Electrical Safety Committee
- Cordelia A. Greene Library (Castile, NY)
- Canadian Association of German Language Schools
- Council for Administration of General and Liberal Studies (Southeast Missouri State University)
- Commission for Agricultural Meteorology
Samples in periodicals archive:
Geological Survey I also express thanks to the Board of Directors and staff of the Cartography and Geographic Information Society, and especially the ASPRS staff (Jim Plasker, Kim Tilley, Rae Kelley, Heather Staverman) that organized and executed the overall conference.
By 2005, eight years had expired since the last Auto-Carto meeting and the Cartography and Geographic Information Society Board of Directors was searching for a venue for a scholarly meeting that would be focused on cartography, geo-visualization, and GIScience.