Where Should You Ask Your GIS Questions?
GIS is being used in creative ways – including covert spy tracking of illegal logging deep in the Amazon – to help put and keep trees back on South America’s map. The simplification of tools and availability of web systems has empowered technicians, NGOs, and governments alike to address corruption and illegal logging with transparent map-based monitoring.
Congressman Doug Lamborn recently sent a letter to the House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Doc Hastings asking that a Natural Resources Subcommittee be formed that has primary … Read more
UPDATE: Atanas Entchev’s daughter, Christina, has published a post about his detainment by immigration officials as well as a call for support. Please help if … Read more
Believe it or not tablets first appeared on the technology scene over ten years ago. Still, despite their rich history, tablets have really only been … Read more
At the recent Where 2.0 conference, Pete Warden and Alasdair Allain announced that iOS4 introduced tracking of iPhones and 3G iPads.
A look at at GIS project to utilize 4-inch resolution near-infrared aerial imagery to extract the locations of specific oak tree species within the City of Santa Clarita.