Where is the Landsat Island and who discovered it? What are some of the most important transformative uses of geospatial information? Find out more in this month’s SDI Interesting Reads, which brings you an array of informative articles on spatial data infrastructure from Canada and around the world.
Betty Fleming, a Canadian cartographer, helped discover tiny Landsat Island with satellite imagery in the 1970s.
- Betty Fleming, a pioneer woman in Canadian geography
- Public safety has always been geocentric – even if you didn’t know it
- Memorial University ranks high for ocean technology research in world university rankings
- Esri’s Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) help refresh cartographic skills
- Canadian communities receive support for planning, innovation, and climate change initiatives
- ArcGIS Pro Technical Workshop recordings from the 2018 Esri User Conference
- Arctic’s strongest sea ice breaks up for first time on record
- Five transformative uses of geospatial information
- New global map projection called The Equal Earth map projection
- AI knowledge map: how to classify AI technologies
- "Open is the Watchword"; Enhancing GIS Services at US NGA
- How modern water monitoring systems improve flooding and water risks
- World Geospatial Industry Council launched at UNGGIM
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