My first post: Crop Circles and GIS

Crop circles might be made by aliens (or creative people with long boards) but they are documented using GIS. Some crop circle sightings on the web include a firefox crop circle at Google Earth Blog. And at the crop circle connector site you can get all the news and field reports you need. They are developing a worldwide crop circle database with professional-level GIS mapping capability in order to standardize crop circle report information. They hope “This research center will also serve as a depository of information collected on historical sites, scientific reports, photos, previous field reports, the researcher directory, and links to further crop circle resources.� All interested researchers are invited to “locate, study, document, and share information about crop circle formations, regardless of each individuals personal hypothesis regarding the source cause of the authentic crop circle phenomenon, or their affiliations with any organizations.�

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