The Evolving Role of GIS in the 2020 Census

April 7, 2020

Whether during the first U.S. census in August of 1790 or in the current 2020 census period, accurately accounting for every person in the nation is no small feat. More condensed populations in lower numbers may have been advantageous to [...]

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3 Ways GIS Is Transforming and Improving Public Health

March 10, 2020

The medical field and technology are inextricably linked. There are scores of devices and other life-saving advancements that prove the point, but the relationship that’s emerging between GIS and public health is transformative.

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Can GIS Data Help Save a Planet in Eco-Crisis?

March 3, 2020

It seems the weather has always been a source of mystery. Early efforts to understand and predict atmospheric conditions were largely done by observation. Even as rudimentary instruments were introduced to gauge things like temperature, humidity, [...]

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