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A Geographic Information System (GIS) assimilates information about a location or series of locations into a database structure to assist in the collection, organization, analysis, and visualization of data.  In a GIS, a wide variety of data types from numerous sources and time periods can be aligned, cataloged, analyzed, and viewed together.  Databases help to minimize inaccuracies and errors in analytical procedures, and allow for easier communication of results.

Our GIS professionals tailor large-scale chemical, geologic, and spatial databases to facilitate and standardize the collection, management, and reporting of environmental data.