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GIS Tackles Big Issues: Environment, Health, Climate and Infrastructure

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Tuesday, July 8th 2014


Recent news reveals how GIS tackles “big issues” including environment, health, climate and infrastructure. Are we using the correct tools? The right data? Or is it the human touch that plays the biggest role in our success or failure on these matters?

Join us at the GIS Solutions EXPO at the Esri Education GIS Conference on Saturday 4:30-6:00 pm for a challenge, some laughs and a chance to win prizes. Hint: You might want to brush up on your TLAs and FLAs.

Show Notes

Olin College
"Making The Grade" Group Calls For Six-Point Plan to Rebuild America’s Infrastructure and Revive the Country’s Competitiveness - Directions Magazine
Resources - Climate | GeoPlatform
Climate | Data.gov
NASA Launches OpenNEX: An Open Computing Platform, Educational Forum and Competition for Ideas on Climate Resiliency - All Points Blog
New NASA Images Highlight U.S. Air Quality Improvement - Directions Magazine
Gates Foundation CEO describes how measuring polio is key to ending it | Humanosphere


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