Monthly Archives: October 2014

Esri Federal Users Conference (Student Volunteers Needed)

Conference dates:  9-10 Feb 2015; Walter E. Washington Convention Center (Washington, D.C.) Esri is seeking student volunteers to […]

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Who is Cynthia Brewer? (If you are into maps, you need to know!)

The Cartographer Who’s Transforming Map Design BY GREG MILLER  10.20.14 PITTSBURGH—Cindy Brewer seemed to attract a small crowd everywhere she went […]

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Mapping U.S. Agriculture

Note: Professor Lee Ebinger teaches cartography at NOVA. Agricultural data are valuable for analysis, and thanks to the […]

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USGIF Young Professionals Group Third Thursday

Make sure to mark your calendar for these unique opportunities to network with your peers, help with the […]

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GIS DAY! NOVA and GMU EVENT INFO

NOVA’s GIS day will be on Saturday, Nov 22 from 9am – noon at the Reston Center. NOVA […]

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Federal User’s Conference and Developer Summit STUDENT ASSISTANTSHIPS

This is a great opportunity and something you could add to your GIS resume: Esri is seeking student […]

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IS GIS SPLITTING?

Article recommended by one of NOVA’s GST Board Members: http://www.webmapsolutions.com/is-gis-splitting-what-the-experts-think Is GIS splitting? … what the experts think […]

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GIS Health News Weekly: Deadly Disease Infographic, Duke Geomedicine Summit, Tracking Ebola by Cell Phone

www.apb.directionsmag.com  17 Oct 2014 Deadly Disease Interactive The Daily Mail‘s interactive piece looks at the world’s deadlist outbreaks, as well as history’s […]

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Fusion of Manned and Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Breakthrough on California’s Largest 2014 Wildfire

www.directionsmag.com Thursday, October 16th 2014 October 15, 2014. SkyIMD combined UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) and manned aircraft technologies on […]

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Drones Are Taking Pictures That Could Demystify A Malaria Surge

www.npr.org  by NSIKAN AKPAN October 22, 2014 4:38 PM ET Aerial drones are targeting a new enemy: malaria. Four hundred feet […]

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