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Robert2009

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Hello from Southern New Mexico ! Not to be confuse with Mexico !

I'm Robert and have been GIS since 2000 started with the Forest Service in Colorado and then back to in California with the Inyo National Forest. Currently, I am working for the NRCS for 3 and 1/2 years.

I perform various types of GIS work and you can check them out here if you like:

http://www.freewebs....boy/project.htm

http://www.freewebs....oy/project2.htm

I'm here to explore some types to add new information and ofc new technology ! There's always new stuff coming out
from people's ideas.

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Hi and welcome Robert!

I am sure you will find plenty of interesting stuff on this site. If there is anything you wonder, feel free to ask - you can also PM me or any other moderator.
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Hello Robert. Did you figure out your raster clip problem in Model Builder?

I too am in NM (not Mexico), but closer to Colorado. I also worked for the NRCS in Portland, OR as a "Cartographic Technician" building and finishing soil maps (hours and hours of grueling soil label placement!).

Hope you enjoy this site as much as everyone else does and that you can contribute and glean useful information, lots here!

From a fellow NMer,
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Hello Robert. Did you figure out your raster clip problem in Model Builder?

I too am in NM (not Mexico), but closer to Colorado. I also worked for the NRCS in Portland, OR as a "Cartographic Technician" building and finishing soil maps (hours and hours of grueling soil label placement!).

Hope you enjoy this site as much as everyone else does and that you can contribute and glean useful information, lots here!

From a fellow NMer,
M.


Hello BioGenMan,

Cool. I betcha you are enjoying on your own work compare working for the government ! No, I haven't success with the
model builder. It would be nice if ESRI could add it as a multiple files using the Extract by Mask or something else. It seems
that their product is pretty limit.

Thanks !

Robert

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Welcome!

If you see anything that should be corrected in the Directory Plus phone book maps for Las Cruces . . . I'd love to know about it!
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Welcome!

If you see anything that should be corrected in the Directory Plus phone book maps for Las Cruces . . . I'd love to know about it!



I don't know because I am working for the Federal Government specificially NRCS in Las Cruces. Sorry.

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But you live in Las Cruces, right? You drive the streets and see the new subdivisions, right?
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But you live in Las Cruces, right? You drive the streets and see the new subdivisions, right?


Correct ! I don't memorize all of them he he...There's City and County that can help you out. I have also seen
new roads, new buildings being bulit etc..

Robert




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