Cornell Lab of Ornithology YardMap beta

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The Cornell Lab of Ornithology has introduced some very exciting backyard citizen science applications that utilize remote sensing data. One of them is The YardMap citizen science project funded by the National Science Foundation Information Education Program  or advancing informal STEM Learning (AISL), as it is known now. YardMap is designed to cultivate a richer understanding […]

World Fish Migration Day 2014

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Today is World Fish Migration Day 2014. It is a one day global initiative to create awareness of the importance of open rivers and migratory fish with over 70 organization supporters worldwide. It is also a very geospatial day because much of the outreach, education, and work being done is spatial.  If you want to […]

DVR/TV reminder: NatGeo Bee

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It is that time of the year again, time to sit back and watch some super-smart youngsters rock our collective Geography socks off. Thursday night the finals of the National Geographic Bee will be aired at 7:00PM EDT on the National Geographic Channel. This year Soledad O’Brien steps into the spot of long time host […]

Geographic Education Town Hall

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Geospatial Niagara will be hosting a Geographic Education Town Hall next week to highlight the St John’s Declaration. The declaration is intended to advance geographic education for Canadians and is a initiative that was announced last year at the CAG/RCGS joint meeting. The town hall looks like a great opportunity for people on either side […]