Our GIS consultants are ready to help the TAMU GIS user community. Please make an appointment with us online as this will be the best way for us meet and discuss your needs.
The Department of Geography and Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning are partnering with the Map & GIS Library to help advance your GIS endeavors by offering geospatial tech consultations.
For data needs, please contact the GIS Team at the Map & GIS Library.
For GIS Labs, please contact your GIS instructor or TA.
For ArcGIS installation or other software-related tech issues, please visit the Texas A&M Esri tech support webpage.
Miriam Olivares works as a GIS Coordinator with Texas A&M University Libraries, providing support to faculty members, and students from all academic departments, as well as staff from units across campus, to facilitate scholarly work conducted with geospatial technology. As part of a team effort in Map and GIS Library, she enthusiastically collaborates in an ongoing outreach campaign to increase use of GIS among A&M community.
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Travis Liska is a master’s student in Urban Planning in the Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning department focusing in transportation planning. His background includes a B.S. in Geography with a focus in GIS from Texas A&M University.
- Working with Census, economic, and other development related data sources.
- Geoprocesing task such as editing parcels, land suitability analysis, watershed delineation, and georeferencing.
- Integrating tabular data into a geospatial data format.
Elizabeth (Tess) Rentschlar
Elizabeth Rentschlar is currently a Masters student in the Department of Geography pursuing certification in both GIS and remote sensing. She received a B.S. in Geography from Texas A&M University in 2011 with a minor in Geoinformatics.
- GIS: model builder, projections, spatial analysis
- Remote sensing: image classification, preprocessing (georeferencing and atmospheric correction)