20 Apr

Map of the Week: Chatty Maps

FacebookTwitter Click on the image for the interactive map Sound is all around us although sometimes it gets blended into the background and is categorized as noise, such as traffic.  We can easily forget to differentiate the types of sounds...
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17 Apr

Geographical Review Article Preview: Contested Space, Contested Livelihoods: A Review of Mongolia’s Pastureland Management and Land Tenure Reform

FacebookTwitterPreview Written By:  Holly Barcus Access Full Article Here Article Title, Issue and Volume: Contested Space, Contested Livelihoods: A Review of Mongolia’s Pastureland Management and Land Tenure Reform 1.What is the main purpose of your study? The primary purpose of this is...
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13 Apr

Map of the Week: The Global Energy Transition

FacebookTwitter Today, the world is in the grips of an ongoing energy transition. This change is being brought on by demand and supply shifts, innovation, and environmental concerns. As the world population increases drastically, so does the demand for energy....
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6 Apr

Map of the Week: Declassified

FacebookTwitter The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) declassified some of its unique maps from its Cartography Center, originally launched in October, 1941.  To celebrate the center’s 75th anniversary two years ago in 2016, the organization classified some of their original maps...
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5 Apr

Travel Time Spotlight

FacebookTwitterTravel Time platform is a geospatial company based in London, that specializes in travel time. It began with iGeolise in 2009, when co-founder Charlie Davies was set in a traffic jam. As he sat waiting to move, he wondered why...
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