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Clinton Johnson | September 22, 2020
Black users of GIS share how geography provides a lens to address inequities, examine their unique perspectives, and to take action.
Keith Cooke | September 17, 2020
Kentucky mapped and modeled the vulnerability of people and businesses to guide both through the crisis.
Jim Baumann | September 15, 2020
The Center for Human Dynamics in the Mobile Age uses a geographic lens to examine social media feeds to better understand human interactions.
Sunny Fleming | September 10, 2020
When Virginia agency was overwhelmed by mysterious seed reports, putting them on a map helped guide response and analyze potential harm.
Greg Milner | September 8, 2020
Geodesists map changes on our ever-shifting planet, recording and mapping how Earth transforms to ensure accurate measurements.
Dawn Wright | September 1, 2020
Micrometeorologists at San Francisco State University used GIS to investigate and model the climate impacts of Burning Man.
Multiple Authors | August 25, 2020
Tulare County, California, used GIS to understand who lives without drinkable water, addressing infrastructure inequities.
David Gadsden | August 18, 2020
The Kuikuro tribe in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest turn from mapping their ancestors to using the same tools to protect themselves.
Dawn Wright | August 11, 2020
Armed with the understanding that trees and shade improve health, Los Angeles works with partners to plant new trees equitably.
Matt Harman | August 6, 2020
Precision agriculture harnesses location technologies to guide farmers to apply inputs where and when they are needed.
Este Geraghty, MD, MS, MPH, GISP | August 4, 2020
Tri-County Health Department harnessed the power of GIS to build a workflow-driven case investigation and contact tracing tool.
Christopher Thomas | July 30, 2020
The disruptions of COVID-19 forces election officials to pivot voting practices, using maps to guide participation during the pandemic.
Multiple Authors | July 28, 2020
The Y takes a data-driven approach using spatial analytics to help each facility tailor programming to the makeup and interests of its members.
Brett Dixon | July 23, 2020
Pertamina Geothermal Energy gains a more complete understanding of operations by applying GIS technology to analyze efficiency.
Terry Bills | July 21, 2020
RTA applies location intelligence to understand changes in revenue and ridership to survive the pandemic.
Greg Milner | July 16, 2020
Ensheng Dong, the architect of the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 dashboard, applied his knowledge of GIS to map and track the spread of the disease.
Brett Dixon | July 14, 2020
A young geospatial analyst with the New Zealand Department of Conservation tests strategies to catch wild cats destroying native species.
Este Geraghty, MD, MS, MPH, GISP | July 9, 2020
CDC uses mapping to monitor the spread of COVID-19 at the county level, following up on any spike to lend a hand in quelling every outbreak.
Mike Cox | July 7, 2020
International Association of Fire Chiefs used location-based tools to compile and present details about the impacts of COVID-19 on its members.
Ryan Perkl | July 2, 2020
Boulder, Colorado, gained a new understanding of infrastructure and citizen vulnerabilities from Atkins' City Simulator.
Mark Cygan | June 30, 2020
Ordnance Survey captures change across the country, providing a bridge between our physical and digital worlds.
Este Geraghty, MD, MS, MPH, GISP | June 25, 2020
With today’s level of mobility, adding location to contact tracing can help cast a net to slow down the spread of COVID-19.
Matt Ball | June 23, 2020
Geospatial technology improves economic, social, and environmental outcomes.
Ben Conklin | June 23, 2020
US Army Corps of Engineers used an enterprise GIS approach to create apps and dashboards for the hospital bed mission, uniting 52 districts.
Clinton Johnson | June 19, 2020
Location intelligence provides insight into patterns of inequality and connects communities around a common understanding to drive change.
Mike Bialousz | June 17, 2020
State park systems turn to GIS to limit close proximity of people during the pandemic and to communicate park closures and reopening.
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