Remote Sensing is now used for landslide mapping. Traditionally, a field survey would be conducted to assess and map landslide. However, depending on how large the area is where the landslide occurred, the process could become very difficult and expensive. With technology advancing every day, remote...

It is a privilege to be a member of LionMappersTeam-Enugu Campus because it is a platform where I can contribute to a global mapping initiative and humanitarian service that helps respond to resilient communities. It also gives me the opportunity to show my skills and talent, already acquired before...

Jovenes Mapeadores, the YouthMappers chapter of the University of Panama, took on the initiative to implement the Smart Campus project that will share information about all the facilities located within the UP campus to benefit the university community.

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In a world where you can make phone calls from your watch and donate rice to the hungry by knowing vocabulary words, it's easier than ever to make a difference. Sometimes it can seem like all doom and gloom - sea levels are rising, the United States faced a record number of "megadisasters" in 2017,...

During GIS Week 2017, I proudly presented my group’s poster focused on gerrymandering for an applied GIS course. Gerrymandering is when one political party redraws voting districts in a way that favors them over their opponents. It’s unconstitutional, but difficult to prove in court. Rather than stu...

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