Geospatial One-Stop

Geospatial One-Stop

The Geospatial One-Stop (GOS) is a geoportal that provides public access to geospatial information as part of a United States e-government initiative (see OMB Circular A-15).


* [ Geospatial One-Stop]
* [ Federal Geographic Data Committee]


Goodchild, M.F., P. Fu, and P.M. Rich. 2007. Geographic information sharing: the case of the Geospatial One-Stop portal. "Annals of the Association of American Geographers" 97(2):250-266.

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