Main Topic: Interview with Rob Elkins and Brian Goldin. News: Microsoft Grants, USGIF scholarships, Powell at Intergraph 2006
Main topic: National Map and US Geoportals.Ã‚Â News: Mayan sites, CLICK, GeoSoft Giveaway, new podcasts.
Main topic: GIS in Archaeology.Ã‚Â News: VW and Google, Million dollar blocks, Open Source Geospatial Foundation
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A VerySpatial Podcast
Shownotes – Episode 29
February 05, 2006
Main Topic: Interview with John O’Loughlin
Political Geographer and Professor at University of Colorado at Boulder
Discussion on the Geography of Civil War
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Main Topic: Interview with John O’Loughlin.Ã‚Â News: AmericaView Internships, Mapion, Intergraph SGI change of guard
The American Religious Experience at http://are.as.wvu.edu is an online journal which has been in publication for nearly a decade, which is edited by Briane Turley of WVU. In our continuing effort to support the folks we know, Mike Ferber (a fellow grad student) has recently published a review of Thomas Tweed’s newest book, Crossing and Dwelling: A Theory or Religion. Tweed is one of the first scholars of American religion to utilize a spatial model for interpreting religious diffusion and development in the U.S.
Main topic: Community GIS. News: Landsat 5 returns, Japanese RS Satellite, Great Wall mapping