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Summer 2019: A Tale of Two (Storm) Sewers

A while back (ok, quite awhile back), in my “My Research” post, I talked about how a part of my research involves monitoring stormwater. 833 more words


Food intolerance category shows huge promise

For the next instalment in our series of blogs on Nicholas Hall’s Infinity Zones for future CHC growth, we take a closer look at the growing issue of food intolerance, driven by unhealthy eating and the rise of processed food with additives, as well as changing diets across the world. 411 more words


From stones to bones: studying Scottish coastal change with SCAPE and Dynamic Coast

Eroding coastal heritage sites documented by volunteers through SCHARP are valuable because they are based on field observations so are true records of what is actually happening at the coast. 1,139 more words

Get Online

We live in the digital era. Data is safety stored, shared, collected and manipulated via web platforms and Apps on mobile devices. Land Management and Spatial Analysis has been revolutionized through these resources. 75 more words


Global Geographic Information System (GIS) Market Growth, Trends and Estimates High Demand by 2024

Industry Overview

The global geographic information system (GIS) market is predicted to grow at 10.7% CAGR during the forecast period (2018–2024) with the market size reaching USD 12.7 billion by 2024. 523 more words

Spatial Analysis of Bicycle Parking in Toronto

Hi all! Today is a shorter blog post than usual using two different methods to analyze bicycle parking in downtown Toronto. The first map uses graduated symbols and color to indicate the number of available spots at each bike rack. 234 more words

Alex Tabascio