GeoSEA provides Location Intelligence (LI) software, services, and solutions.
The Center is staffed by the Geospatial & Visualization Computing team, a division of Information Technology Services (ITS), which consists of 4 full-time staff. We work closely with faculty, staff, and graduate students to help them integrate geospatial information, visualization, and analysis into their projects, research, and course work. Our primary directives are to provide high level research support, enable academic use of geospatial technologies, and to plan and manage the University's enterprise GIS and distributed GIS applications.
This Center for Geospatial Science, Education, and Analytics (GeoSEA) is located in Suite 402 of the Innovation Research Park Building #1, at 4111 Monarch Way, Norfolk, VA 23508.
Waters Rising explores the research undertaken by ICAR to strengthen coastal resilience in Hampton Roads. This site is a complement to the museum exhibition which ran from December 24, 2021–May 29, 2022.
Recent weather patterns and climate science suggest Tornado Alley has moved; data show increased storms likely to spawn tornadoes in Deep South states like Alabama and North Carolina.
This shift inspired Tom Allen, professor in Old Dominion University's Department of Political Science and Geography, to consider whether our state has a geographic region more prone to tornadoes.