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Bring Your Data to Life With Google Earth and Surfer
Presenting professional, high quality maps to your audience can be nearly impossible without the right base map to visualize your data. Join Jake Stachewicz to learn the various ways you can export data from Google Earth for your base maps and leverage it within Surfer. From exporting aerial imagery so it can be georeferenced and layered with multiple map types; to transforming KML data into XYZ points ready for gridding in Surfer. This webinar will teach you more way than one to create engaging, presentation ready maps.

We know your project doesn't always end with Surfer; this webinar will also cover several export options to display your Surfer maps in Google Earth so you can decide what works best to incorporate in your project workflows.

This webinar will cover the following topics:
- Importing an aerial image from Google Earth
- How to georeference an aerial image in a Base map
- Overlaying multiple map types on an aerial image
- Transforming KML data so it is Grid ready for Surfer
- Exporting to Google Earth (KML/KMZ)
- Displaying Surfer maps in Google Earth

Space is limited, so register for the session that works best for you!

Apr 13, 2021 09:00 AM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Jake Stachewicz
Customer Support Specialist @Golden Software
Jake Stachewicz is a member of Golden Software's Customer Support team and joined the company in 2020. He received a BS from Utah State University in Wildlife Ecology, minoring in Sustainability. Prior to joining Golden Software, Jake's professional experience includes research on applying ecological data analysis and evolutionary biology models in order to predict how changing environments may affect the future of at-risk species (specifically beetles and wasps). He also worked as an intern for Fort Collins Utilities working with the water conservation team. Jake loves performing and supporting scientific research that can benefit the natural world. Outside of work you can find Jake snowboarding, hiking, or watching the Chicago Bears or Chicago Bulls. He also enjoys learning about new types of food and alcohol and goes out of his way to try unique restaurants and breweries.