Monthly Archives: July 2014

Going Beyond Global Forest Change Modeling Toward Big Earth-system Sustainability

Matteoo Luccio in sensorsandsystems.com  1 July 2014 One of the more impressive earth observation achievements in recent years […]

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Historical Hurricane Tracks

Click here for more. This interactive mapping application easily searches and displays global tropical cyclone data. Users are […]

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Preparing For an Exploding Technology (UAS)

Bruce Joffe in sensorsandsystems.org  22 July 2014 Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), already popular with hobbyists, are gaining the […]

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Some Different Maps

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Is mapmaking becoming as easy as PhotoShop for the planet?

Matt Ball in www.sensorsandsystems.com  22 July 2014 At the rate that earth observation platforms are advancing, daily and […]

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GIS Technology Helps Eradicate Polio

By Alison Diana in www.informationweek.com  14 July 2014 World Health Organization uses geographic information systems to find and […]

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China Prepared To Launch High-Resolution Satellite Gaofen-2

From the Shanghai Daily, reprinted in wwwsensorsandsystems.com  21 July 2014 China will launch Gaofen-2, a high-definition Earth observation […]

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Duck Migration Study Reveals Importance of Conserving Wetlands

University of Missouri in www.sensorsandsystems.com  17 July 2014 During the 2011 and 2012 migration seasons, University of Missouri […]

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ESRI UC Hot Topics and Activities

Thanks, Ann Johnson (GeotechCenter.org) for your insights form the ESRI User Conference and ESRI Education User Conference! Activity […]

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ESRI Certifications (update, July 2014)

New Exam Releases Version 10.2 of the ArcGIS Desktop Developer Associate, Web Application Developer Associate, Enterprise System Design […]

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