Monthly Archives: August 2014
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This Asia-Pacific-focused GeoSpatial Stream broadcast discusses infrastructure topics such as new financing in India, water monitoring in China, and a Chinese offer to help upgrade U.S. transportation systems; an urban-renewal project in Melbourne; China's successful launch of the Gaofen-2 Earth-observation satellite; industry news from Alibaba, Google, Maestro Wireless Solutions and CSR; drones helping China recover from an earthquake; Japanese microsatellites; and more.
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An assistant professor at the New School in New York discusses and explains urban ecology.
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This GeoSpatial Stream broadcast discusses the latest news on climate change, including new NASA monitoring instruments for the International Space Station and ESA's CryoSat mission to measure ice-sheet loss; a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers call for infrastructure improvements in the Mississippi River Watershed; Maps.com and its new Field Trip Library educational series; industry news from American Sentinel University, Nokia HERE and Apple; a LiDAR video from the National Ecological Observatory Network on monitoring trees; and more.
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This video presents LiDAR of light detection and ranging, an active remote sensing system that uses laser energy, to measure the heights of objects like trees and buildings and even the ground. This video was developed by the National Ecological Observatory Network (www.neoninc.org).
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Todd Danielson interviews Amy Esnard, Conference Chair for URISA's GIS-Pro event being held Sept. 8-11, 2014, in New Orleans. They discuss URISA's goals for the event, the benefits of hosting the event in New Orleans, the conference theme of "Community Resilience," and some expected program and social highlights.
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Video taken in-orbit on 8 July 2014 using an inspection camera on-board the TechDemoSat-1 satellite starting about 30 seconds after separation from the launcher. At 6 seconds the Sun appears at the top of the frame as a very bright white flare, before the rotation of the satellite reveals a view of Earth below, of the Pacific Ocean south of French Polynesia.
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This remote-sensing themed GeoSpatial Stream broadcast discusses the launch of DigitalGlobe's WorldView-3 satellite and its implications; NASA's carbon dioxide- and weather-monitoring satellites; an award for NGA Director Letitia Long; industry news from Esri and CartoDB; the Center for Satellite-Based Crisis Information; and more.
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How governments are using high-resolution satellite imagery to catch environmental issues before they become health hazards - and EPA fines.
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This GeoSpatial Stream broadcast discusses a NASA study on massive groundwater loss in the Colorado River Basin; remote sensing to study algal blooms in Lake Erie; the USGS National Map Corps' latest addition; an Esri Story Map on the Football Hall of Fame; industry news from Pelydryn, Airborne Hydrography, Leica Geosystems, Geographic Technologies Group, URISA and Lockheed Martin; river pollution; and more.