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GIS Government Weekly News: Emergency News via Tweeters, Mapping Mongolia, Idaho Parcel Data

San Diego Geographer Looking for Influential Tweeters to get Emergency News Out Official emergency messages from the county of San Diego in the future might be spread by the region’s most...

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David Huff, Pioneer of Retail Geography, Passes

It's with deep sadness that I learned of the passing (obituary) of Dr. David Huff, formerly a professor of business administration at the University of Texas, Austin. Huff passed away on August...

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GIS Health News Weekly: Deadly Disease Infographic, Duke Geomedicine Summit, Tracking Ebola by Cell Phone

Deadly Disease Interactive The Daily Mail's interactive piece looks at the world’s deadlist outbreaks, as well as history’s most dangerous diseases. Ebola Tracking Via Cell Phone ...

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GIS Education News Weekly: CMC Map, Denver FOSS4G Lab, Aussie Geography Curriculum

State of the Art Campus Map Claremont McKenna College (CMC) has launched a new interactive campus map. It's got 3D and is based on Google Maps. There's a story map-like tour, too....

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GIS Government Weekly News: Waze Shares, Canada May Further Open Data, PLSS Control Database

Waze Partners with State/Local Govs for Traffic Data Waze announced its “Connected Citizens,” a new government partnership program that will see both parties exchange data in order to...

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