02/14/2019 - New BioBase Website including new DIY GIS tutorials
We’re excited to announce the launch of the new biobasemaps.com website! You’ll find an image-rich professional look and feel as well as information segmentation into solutions and features that speak directly to the markets we serve (Aquatic Plants, Fisheries, Water Resources, Private Ponds, Coastal). New visitors to biobasemaps.com will also see more information about our … Continue reading "New BioBase Website including new DIY GIS tutorials"
01/03/2019 - Networking 3rd Party GPS/GNSS into Lowrance
Ray Valley Aquatic Biologist and BioBase Product Expert I frequently get inquiries from current and prospective BioBase users about the accuracy of consumer-grade Lowrance GPS and whether survey-grade 3rd party receivers capable of differential correction (DGPS) or receiving positions from multiple satellite constellations (Global Navigation Satellite System – GNSS) could be used with Lowrance and … Continue reading "Networking 3rd Party GPS/GNSS into Lowrance"
09/17/2018 - Mapping Hidden Channels with Genesis Live
River channel thalwegs (the line of lowest elevation within a valley or watercourse) are often dynamic, and sometimes hidden features of large river systems. Especially low slope or impounded systems. The thalweg is a critical geomorphological feature of river and reservoir systems and affects everything from sediment transport, to fisheries habitat, to algae or invasive … Continue reading "Mapping Hidden Channels with Genesis Live"
08/22/2018 - Utilization of a Web-Based Mapping Interface to Enhance Inland Fisheries Management Strategies in Texas
Ok. It’s long overdue. But, better late than never! Much to the delight of non-US users, now you can choose whether BioBase EcoSound outputs are in metric or imperial units. Wish to change units of an already processed map? If you processed a trip with one unit setting and wish to recontour the map in … Continue reading "BioBase is now Metric compatible!"