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The Hawaii Geographic Information Coordinating Council (HIGICC) is a private non-profit organization consisting of members of Hawai'i's geospatial community. Our goal is to provide coordination of geospatial activities among a wide range of users in order to avoid duplication of effort, promote data sharing, and maintain data standards throughout the state. 

                           

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  • 15 Nov 2012 12:07 AM | HIGICC Administrator (Administrator)

    HIGICC & the Women In Technology (WIT) had a great GIS Day

    Thursday, November 15th at the Bishop Museum. 

     National Geographic’s Giant Pacific Traveling map


  • 24 Oct 2012 12:05 AM | HIGICC Administrator (Administrator)

     Data Discovery Workshop

    October 24th, 10AM - 2PM

    McCoy Pavilion, Ala Moana

    Honolulu, Hawaii


  • 20 Oct 2012 12:06 AM | HIGICC Administrator (Administrator)

    Western Association of
    Map Libraries

    45th Anniversary 

    WAML 2012 Meeting University of Hawai'i at Manoa
    Honolulu, Hawaii
    October 30 - November 2, 2012

  • 07 Aug 2012 12:04 AM | HIGICC Administrator (Administrator)

    Tech Mosaic  -  August 7th

    PacIOOS  -   August 14th - recording

    The Nature Conservancy  -   August 16th - recording

    Pacific Disaster Center  -  August 21st - recording

    Hawaii Biodiversity and Mapping  -  August 23rd

    Spatial Data Analysis and Visualization Labs  -  August 28th - recording


  • 03 Jan 2012 12:03 AM | HIGICC Administrator (Administrator)

    Aloha from the new board.

    Members are; Abe Coughlin, Malie Beach-Smith, Craig Clouet, Joan Delos Santos, Isla Young, Sam Aruch, Rich Nezelek. Missing from photo; Christin Reynolds, Dan McNulty-Huffman, Derek Masaki.

    2012-2013 Officers; President Craig Clouet, Vice President Isla Young, Treasurer Malie Beach-Smith, Secretary Christin Reynolds


  • 02 Jan 2012 12:01 AM | HIGICC Administrator (Administrator)

    The Mark Lierman Memorial Scholarship Awards are two $1,000 scholarships that recognize deserving students who have demonstrated an appreciation for and understanding of geospatial data and  geographic information systems (GIS). The deadline for applications has passed. The Scholarship Committee is reviewing the applications that were received and will pass on its recommendations to the Board in the next few weeks. This year's criteria can be viewed and downloaded here:

    This years awards go to

    Kathyrn Massaro (Undergraduate) & Erik Franklin (graduate)



  • 01 Jan 2012 11:58 PM | HIGICC Administrator (Administrator)

    New versions of Hawaii Island and Oahu were released by the USGS in December 2011. The new versions contain updates to GNIS names and IDs.

    The datasets are available for download in geographic coordinates at the National Hydrography Dataset’s Pre-Staged Subregions ftp site:

    ftp://nhdftp.usgs.gov/DataSets/Staged/SubRegions/PersonalGDB/HighResolution

    Reprojected datasets in UTMzone 4N are available from the Hawaii State GIS Program web site (http://hawaii.gov/dbedt/gis). Please contact Malie Beach-Smith (malie.beach-smith [at] doh.hawaii.gov) for assistance in obtaining reprojected datasets in Albers, State Plane, or others, or for comments and questions.


  • 01 Jan 2012 12:00 AM | HIGICC Administrator (Administrator)

    Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference March 5-7, 2012

    HIGICC, the Hawaii State GIS Program and the Hawaii Coastal Zone Management Program jointly sponsored the Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference which was held March 5-7, 2012 at the Hawaii Convention Center in Honolulu, Hawaii.

    Presentation slides are now available online through slideshare.  Click here to see the available presentations.


    Sponsors/Exhibitors helped make our conference possible.  Mahalo! Click here to see who they are.


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