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A Review: Key Resources on GIS and Health

Thursday, May 3rd 2012
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The use of geospatial technology in personal and societal health has never been stronger. These resources from the first quarter of 2012 highlight how a variety of agencies are using mapping, detective work and crowdsourcing to tackle health challenges at all scales.


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