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They are home to your favorite stories, your favorite songs, your favorite characters. You know so much about the Disney movies that you grew up with and the Pixar movies you love now but do you know where they're all located? No worries, this map by artist Eowyn Smith will show you. England sure gets a lot of Disney love.
This campaign was launched because of plans / dream to start a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Laboratory focused on conservation science in Cameroon, one of the biodiversity hotspots of the world. Cameroon attracts thousands of researchers from all over the world, who come in to study species distribution, animal behavior forest management and degradation and other ecological processes. Students studying in the departments of Geography and environmental sciences at the University of Buea (one of two Anglo-Saxon universities in the country) also go in to these programs with aspirations and dreams to acquire skills to contribute to analysis and protection of the rich natural resources of this country. However, they graduate without any practical knowledge of GIS and spatial analysis. Most of them have never even seen or used a GPS receiver before, which is a huge handicap for applied conservation in this region. Maps are still produced solely through freehand drawing. This is because there is no GIS training facility in the region. This negatively affects the quality of research by local researchers as well as the many foreign researchers who cannot do not find much help or assistance in terms of GIS infrastructure and technology to facilitate their work (especially the many foreign graduate students who come in every year especially from Europe and the USA).
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