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Spring arrives in the UK and the birds get busy - but what does the discovery of a dead swan with the H5N1 strain of avian flu at the beginning
By Nate Seltenrich Environmental Health Perspectives Human impacts on our planet have become so profound that many researchers now favor a new
Main topic: Losing the G and disconnecting the IS. News: Weather, Geography Nobel, and ENVI Services Engine.
Main topic: Conversations with URISA and Social Bicycles. News: Transportation, discoveries, and data.
Emily Garding, the mind behind #GISTribe, and Nathan Saylor, the force behind GISCoffee, join us this episode. We talk about the weekly
Jesse talks to Zachary Jones of Eastern Michigan University to discuss the "The Maps & Geographies of Comic Books, Graphic Novels, Science
Jesse got a chance to talk to Patrick Berner before Hexagon Geospatial's Ignite Workshop in San Francisco to talk a little bit about the Ignite
We talked to the folks at 3DR about drones at the AAG conference in San Francisco.
We spoke with Trip from MapIsArt.com at the AAG conference in San Francisco.
People with pseudobulbar affect -- a neurological condition common in patients with Lou Gehrig's disease - have overwhelming emotions at
Ballot to decide whether Business Improvement District should continue in
Tenants to move into new active homes in Neath
A solution for weathering the future
Huddersfield dustbin lorry smashes into a line of wheelie bins spreading
New Report Provides a Policy Framework to Support Countries in Implementing
Responding to the Bigger Picture: Telstra’s 2019 Sustainability Report