Monthly Archives: November 2014

Census Bureau Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Technology That Propelled GIS, Digital and Online Mapping into the 21st Century

From: sensorsandsystems.com U.S. Census Bureau  20 Nov 2014 What about DIME?–mjk     click here for the entire […]

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NOVA Goes OSM (Open Street Map)

About 40 volunteers gathered Saturday morning at NOVA’s Reston Center to map food resources in their communities.  The […]

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Record Drought Reveals Stunning Changes Along Colorado River

Jonathan Waterman for National Geographic  23 NOv 2014  www.news.nationalgeographic.com   LAKE POWELL, Utah—In early September, at the abandoned […]

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Mapping Crime

DOUGPETE @ www.dougpete.wordpress.com  23 Nov 2014 The Global Security Map attempts to map the world, showing us where […]

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Python Explained

Gavin Thomas in www.linuxuser.co.uk    Python insights vis-a-vis the Raspberry computer. There’s a lot of focus on Python […]

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Dark matter could be seen in GPS time glitches

http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn26575-dark-matter-could-be-seen-in-gps-time-glitches.html#.VG4gk7go6pr GPS has a new job. It does a great job of telling us our location, but the […]

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Makers the Movie! Tonight, Nov 20 at NOVA Loudoun

FYI. The movie “Makers” will be screened on Dec 4th 7:30pm at NVCC Loudoun Campus (Waddell Theater, Waddell […]

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QGIS Compared: Visualization

Boundless blog via www.directionsmag.com (reprinted Nov 17, 2014) .  Click here for the Boundlessgeo.com blog. Gretchen Peterson  21 […]

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Map Story: Global Fishing Watch

http://globalfishingwatch.org/ Global Fishing Watch is the product of a technology partnership between SkyTruth, Oceana, and Google that is […]

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IUCN Red List Shows the Appetite for Resources Pushes New Species to the Brink

https://sensorsandsystems.com/news/top-stories/biodiversity/35226-iucn-red-list-shows-the-appetite-for-resources-pushes-new-species-to-the-brink.html#sthash.TS7TlbDD.dpuf By: IUCN  18 Nov 2014 Sydney, Australia, Nov. 17, 2014—Fishing, logging, mining, agriculture and other activities to satisfy […]

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