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WGIC Discusses Monitoring GHG From Space Using Commercial Capabilities

Efforts from Public, Private and Hybrid Missions are Key At GeoIgnite, Winter Geo conference, attendees were able to view a…

A creative in a geospatial scientist’s world

Jonathan Wagner took time to “Map” the right path for himself Some people leave high school sure of where they…

Examining greenhouse gasses from space

Barbara Ryan to continue discussions held at the UN on research findings In late 2019, Barbara Ryan, executive director of…

Using GIS to study health care services and utilization––from local to national

Access to timely and quality health care is an important determinant of health and well-being. Despite universal health coverage in…

The “New” GoGeomatics Canada: Relaunching Our Magazine

A team of really intelligent squirrels and I have been working on the new GoGeomatics magazine. I’m taking a break…

May 5: Vancouver: NRCan Discovery Centre Science Open House

Come talk to scientists in Canada’s oldest science agency at a Canada 150 Open House.  Visitors can check out over…

Student Passion for Geography and the Google Summer of Code

GoGeomatics has reached across the Atlantic to interview one of our new geospatial contributors in Europe. Join us as we…

Google Earth Engine – What is a Data Cube and Why Canadians Should Care

What is a data cube and how is it used for big data analytics?  How does a data cube work…

Geography Conference at York University: May 29 – June 2: Toward a Just and Sustainable World

The 2017 Annual Meetings of the Canadian Association of Geographers is being held at York University, May 29- June 2,…

Annapolis Community Mapping April 13 at COGS

1866: a twenty three year old blacksmith from rural Annapolis County who  could neither read nor write. 1888: a five…

QGIS: Performing Viewshed Analysis on Archaeological Sites

In 1927 a Vancouver bylaw was enacted that limited the height of buildings to a maximum of six stories in…

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