Map Morsel VIII

Jonathan Frishtick, GIS/GPS Mapping


LiDAR Mapping Helps Archeologists                                                                                                                          

Japanese disaster imagery one year later                                                                                                

WeatherMob, a Social Network Around the Local Forecast                                                                       

A Skeptic’s Lament: James Randi on the American psyche.                                                                               

Real time twitter feeds in a Google map interface:                                                                                                   

Do you want to receive an email when Google updates a particular location’s imagery?

In the wake of the Tohoku-oki tsunami, scientists now know that seafloor topography affects the strength and height of a tsunami even in the deep ocean and at great distances.                                                                 

Where has Aaron been?   Maybe he is just a tad obsessive.                                                                                

Map pages show threats from sea level rise and storm surge to all 3000+ coastal towns, cities, counties and states in the Lower 48.                                                                                                                                                 

Pareidolia: I see faces…                                                                                                                                                

Lyme Disease Surge Predicted for Northeastern US, Due to Acorns and Mice, Not Mild Winter                

New hardiness zones show warming trend in Vermont

Time-Lapse Video Shows Stars and Earth From Space Station                                                                        

Will 2012 be the year of the Open Map?                                                                                                           

Strange Days: NASA Earth Observatory’s land surface temperature anomaly map. Noted in the article was that Climate Central reported that in Rochester, Minnesota the overnight low temperature on March 18 was 16.6°Celsius (62°Fahrenheit), a temperature so high it beat the record high of 15.5°Celsius (60°Fahrenheit) for the same date.                                                                                             The Doors: Strange Days

Anything Frank Jacobs writes is worth reading.                                                                         

U.S. Defense Department Develops Map of Future Climate Chaos                                     


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