Monthly Archives: February 2014

Great Lakes (of ice!)

NASA satellite image shows the Great Lakes are over 80 percent ice By Kwame Opam on February 24, 2014 […]

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Monitoring the California Drought

NASA to use space images to help monitor California drought By Laila Kearney SAN FRANCISCO Wed Feb 26, […]

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From: Earth Magazine, It was clear and sunny in Chicago on the morning of Saturday, June 26, 1954. […]

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What Geospatial Skills Do I Need NOW?

From Esri Insider. Transforming Essential GIS Skills by Bern Szukalski on August 1, 2013 Over the years GIS […]

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2 Loudoun County GIS Positions

Please see 2 GIS positions with Loudoun County.  Please note that the deadline for the second job listed […]

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Celebrating 25 Years of Not Getting Lost Thanks to GPS

From Wired Magazine. If there was ever a justification needed for space technology, it’s that it keeps people […]

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How the north ended up on top of the map

From Aljazeera America. Why do maps always show the north as up? For those who don’t just take […]

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Bicycle and Pedestrian Data

History and Purpose: The organization of a National Bicycle and Pedestrian Data Subcommittee was formalized July, 2011 in response to the need […]

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Data Challenge Deadline March 11 Data Challenge BRING OVER 750,000 DIVVY TRIPS TO LIFE We’re happy to announce the first ever Divvy […]

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Why Google Earth Has Old Imagery

From: Ted.Com We’re all familiar with satellite imagery, but what we might not know is that much of […]

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