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NatGeo mapmaker undertakes Esri’s story maps project - Press Enterprise

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Two years ago Allen Carroll gave up his job aschief cartographer at National Geographic "to go to work for Esri, a Redlands-based company that is a giant in the GIS industry but lesser known to the general public. Still, Carroll thinks his new work might have an even bigger impact than what he did for the internationally renowned NatGeo."

http://www.pe.com/local-news/san-bernardino-county/san-bernardino-county-headlines-index/20121121-redlands-natgeo-mapmaker-undertakes-esris-story-maps-project.ece

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