While America braces itself for record low temperatures Australians are basking in a heatwave. ABC has created a Live Heatwave Tracker to map temperatures that have hit as high as 50 degrees centigrade.
A History Of The World In 12 Maps The Star Online Despite their differences, these maps share thought-provoking commonalities, mainly for the way they reveal the priorities of their author-cartographers.
STV Edinburgh The science of cartography is unlimited...to Jerry STV Edinburgh The science of cartography is unlimited...to Jerry. Meet Jerry, for 50 years he's been making a map of an imaginary world and now it's here in Scotland.
“What did you learn today?” ought to be emblazoned on every computer, tablet, and phone. The evolution of technology means GIS users must adapt constantly. New tools and approaches mean important new opportunities, ...
Ongoing storms and heavy rain since 23 December 2013 has caused flooding across the United Kingdom. One person has been reported killed, and it is estimated that over 300 properties have been flooded so far.
In England a number of major rivers are in the process of flooding, or are expected to do so over the next few days. Significant flooding is expected along the Thames, Severn, and Stour rivers. Due to the continuing rain, saturated ground is also contributing to flooding.
Roads and train services have been disrupted by the flooding and turbulent conditions.
The Atlantic Cities Beefing Up Population Density Won't Curb Greenhouse Gas Emissions The Atlantic Cities This gas-hazed cartography, published in Environmental Science & Technology, indicates that suburbs are responsible for 50 percent of...
For centuries New Year's Eve has been known as a time of quite reflection. A time when people around the world spend a quiet abstemious night in perusing over old maps.
This year, for your night of quiet study, you are spoilt for choice, as 2013 proved to be an epic year in the world of interactive mapping. Not only did we see some epic maps this year, we also saw the world of neo-geography move firmly onto the center stage of the online zeitgeist. Which means that this year you have a great choice of 'Maps of the Year' posts from across the internet.
Using a new feature in our Views community, you can easily connect your photo spheres to create 360º virtual tours of the places you love, then share them with the world on Google Maps. Creating Street View from your photo ...
Hexagonal Map of London. Posted by Ollie on 17 December 2013 in Historic | 1 comment ... This map is taken from an book “The Unification of London: The Need and the Remedy” written by John Leighton and published in 1895.