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InfoAmazonia creates visualizations from data provided by satellites, but it has also compiled a large database of stories coming from the region, or that are talking about the region. A report about deforestation in Peru, published on the Washington Post, for example, is a new log in our database. So far, 800 stories have already been aggregated on our platform. - See more at: http://schoolofdata.org/2013/06/20/infoamazonia-and-why-we-should-talk-about-geojournalism/#sthash.U3RcjUJJ.kjkbjyLh.dpuf

 

InfoAmazonia creates visualizations from data provided by satellites, but it has also compiled a large database of stories coming from the region, or that are talking about the region. A report about deforestation in Peru, published on the Washington Post, for example, is a new log in our database. So far, 800 stories have already been aggregated on our platform. - See more at: http://schoolofdata.org/2013/06/20/infoamazonia-and-why-we-should-talk-about-geojournalism/#sthash.U3RcjUJJ.kjkbjyLh.dpufInfoAmazonia creates visualizations from data provided by satellites, but it has also compiled a large database of stories coming from the region, or that are talking about the region. A report about deforestation in Peru, published on the Washington Post, for example, is a new log in our database. So far, 800 stories have already been aggregated on our platform. - See more at: http://schoolofdata.org/2013/06/20/infoamazonia-and-why-we-should-talk-about-geojournalism/#sthash.U3RcjUJJ.kjkbjyLh.dpuf


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