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Six Pieces of Advice for Mapmakers as Learned from Hurricane Isaac

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Tuesday, September 4th 2012


Last week the news was all about Hurricane Isaac. All sorts of maps beyond those of its predicted course filled government and media websites and blogs. Old apps were refreshed and new ones announced. A week later, we look back and share six pieces of advice for mapmakers as learned from Hurricane Isaac.
 
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REDLANDS: More entertainment (and information) from Esri : Redlands
Hurricane Tracker - Wall Street Journal
New Orleans Radar - WDSU
State of Louisiana Dept. of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness
Interactive graphic: Track the hurricanes of 2012 - USA Today
Tropical Storm Isaac (Google Crisis Map)
The Challenge of a Social Media Map for Isaac - All Points Blog
Hurricane and Cyclone Maps & Satellite Images | Disaster Relief and Support
Twitter / CindyFowler on NOAA Map
Historical Hurricane Tracks (NOAA)


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