Tufts Patrick Florance guest edited a special Crisis Mapping Edition of the Journal of Map & Geography Libraries 8 (2). The edition contains articles from Tufts Alums Patrick Meier, “Crisis Mapping in Action: How Open Source Software and Global Volunteer Networks Are Changing the World One map at a Time and Simcha Levental, “A New Geospatial Services Framework: How Disaster Preparedness Efforts Should Integrate Neography.” Patrick Florance also co-authored, “The Role of Data Repositories in Humanitarian Information Management and Crisis Mapping.”
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Stop by Tufts GIS Poster Expo today at 3:30pm to see 257 amazing #GIS student projects! #Esri #mappyhour
Save the date for Tufts 2018 #GIS Poster Expo! Wednesday, May 9th at 3:30PM - 5Pm in the Alumnae Lounge! Refreshments served, cash prizes awarded! #thescienceofwhereTufts PR@TuftsPR
Not too shabby of a map @TischCollege and @CivicYouth , we're so proud! Very interesting research as well!
New research from @TischCollege and @CivicYouth: Where could young voters make the biggest impact in the #2018Midterms? https://t.co/O9CbcrTnax
The Humanitarian Action Society is delighted to present the first-ever @FletcherSchool Missing Maps #Mapathon TONIGHT from 5.30-7.30 PM, in Alumnae Hall! More info here: https://t.co/9ouSOvm44Z
Here's a stunning visualization: what spaces of a chess board are used most often throughout a game?
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