This year we celebrate GIS Day on November 20, as part of Geography Awareness Week. It might surprise the average person how much geography matters in our everyday lives. The ability to link maps digitally to information enables us to visualize and understand patterns and relationships around us. Geographic information systems, or GIS, provides this link.
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