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Nº1676: salaries, volcano, europe

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Nº1675: fifth-avenue, marine, basemap

  • With this public domain remix you can compare photos from the "1911 Fifth Avenue from Start to Finish" collection with 2015 Google Street View images for a virtual walk through Manhattan
    http://publicdomain.nypl.org/fifth-avenue/
  • Almost real-time information (approximately a two-day delay) on where marine heat waves (MHW) and periods of sea cold (MCS) occur and what category they are in, with a historical record since 1982
    http://www.marineheatwaves.org/tracker.html
  • Daylight is a complete distribution of open and global base map available for free with the support of community cartographers and professionals, in a Facebook initiative
    https://daylightmap.org/

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Nº1674: atmosphere, turbines, toolbox

  • Fluid Earth is an open source interactive web application that allows you to view the current and past conditions of the atmosphere and oceans for the modern diffusion of Earth sciences.
    https://fluid-earth.byrd.osu.edu/
  • The USWTDB map provides the locations of onshore and offshore wind turbines in the United States and information on the facilities and technical specifications of the 69,166 turbines installed with a total rated capacity of 124,550 MW.
    https://eerscmap.usgs.gov/uswtdb/viewer/#3/43.3/-97.22
  • The QGIS PCRaster Processing Provider plugin adds a hundred environmental modeling tools to process and manipulate raster data sources in the Processing toolbox which adds a rich set of geomorphological and hydrological functions
    https://jvdkwast.github.io/qgis-processing-pcraster/

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Nº1673: bivariate, bike, climate

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Nº1672: phonograph, japan, toolbox

  • Just as a needle from a phonograph moves along the grooves of a disk, what would it be like to move a needle along the grooves and topology of the Earth? Unfinished project that explores the sound of the planet through a device that makes a topographic map sing
    https://azlen.me/blog/geological_phonograph/
  • 'Le Japon et la mer: une cartographie asiatique' is an online exhibition of a selection of maps from the Sorbonne Interuniversity Library that offers an unprecedented look at an ancient theme: Japan's relationship with maritime space
    https://nubis.univ-paris1.fr/exhibits/show/le-japon-et-la-mer
  • Toolbox for geographic information systems, with the aim of addressing theoretical concepts and providing tutorials of useful tools in the practice of cartography and, for more advanced profiles, geographic information systems (GIS)
    https://www.im-portal.org/blogs/boite-a-outils-sig

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Nº1671: projections, urbanism, perspective

  • G.Projector is an application made with Java that transforms an image of a map to any of the 200 global and regional projections and you can add grid lines longitude-latitude and continental contours via @vehrka
    https://www.giss.nasa.gov/tools/gprojector/
  • "Breaking with the spatial-cycle model: the shift towards ‘syncurbanization’ in polycentric urban regions" criticizes the original spatial cycle model (SCM) that suggests repeating stages of urbanization, suburbanization, deurbanization and redevelopment
    https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00343404.2021.1969008
  • In "TRANSPARENT TERRITORY" the artist Gerhard Marx continues his research on the formal and fictitious possibilities of perspective by breaking the flat surface of the map to create a series of optical riddles or Escherian landscapes
    https://gerhardmarx.co.za/Transparent-Territory

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Nº1670: volcano, cms, satellite

  • 3D map of the situation of the volcano on the island of La Palma with the progress of the lava and the effects on homes, made with TR3
    https://terre3.es/dev/TR3-examples/volcan.html
  • Mapbender is an open source WebGIS solution designed as a content management system (CMS) for geodata and geoservices that provides powerful tools for capturing, viewing, editing, and managing geoinformation.
    https://demo.mapbender.org/
  • The SPOT World Heritage (SWH) program run by the CNES makes available to the public free of charge the SPOT 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 archive of 60x60 km images acquired from 1986 to 2015 at L1A level (radiometric matching, without geometric correction)
    https://regards.cnes.fr/user/swh/modules/60

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Nº1669: police, madrid, finland

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Nº1668: wolves, movement, animations

  • Information portal on wolf predation in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and Southern PACA regions for data on the increase in attacks on herds and population growth since the animal was reintroduced to France [FR]
    https://maploup.fr/map.php
  • A / B Street is a game that explores how small changes in a city affect the movement of drivers, cyclists, public transport users and pedestrians, and that works anywhere in the world thanks to OpenStreetMap
    https://github.com/a-b-street/abstreet#ab-street
  • A post explaining how to create animated videos and maps of animal movement from available traces using the new Qgis time controller
    https://ecodiv.earth/post/animal_tracking-data/

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Nº1667: colors, books, python

  • Catalog of the exhibition that presents new information on the use, production and symbolism of colors, the transfer of knowledge between Europe and East Asia and the similarities and differences in the respective practices of coloring maps
    https://www.csmc.uni-hamburg.de/en/publications/mc/mc16
  • Interactive map of translations from Catalan to other languages (TRAC) that allows you to consult which authors and which books of Catalan literature have been translated in each country, and shows the cover of the book
    https://www.llull.cat/english/recursos/trac_traduccions_map.cfm
  • gospl (short for Global Scalable Paleo Landscape Evolution) is a GPL-licensed open source library that provides a Python-based parallel scalable numerical model for the reconstruction of landscapes and basins on a global scale.
    https://gospl.readthedocs.io/en/latest/

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Nº1666: javascript, europe, lidar

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Nº1665: json, brooklyn, prints

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Nº1664: ev, cartography, trains

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Nº1663: animals, festival, streets

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Nº1662: inaccessibility, colors, cables

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Nº1661: radical, virtualreality, analytics

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Nº1660: deformation, streets, gaza

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Nº1659: satellite, history, paris

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Nº1658: relief, walkability, poverty, postgis

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Nº1657: trains, ships, emergency, itinerarium

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Nº1656: airstrikes, data, satellite

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Nº1655: travel, cancer, river

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Nº1654: sql, maps, course

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Nº1653: barcelona, laser, bicycle

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Nº1652: disasters, sentinel, reefs

  • GDACS is a framework for cooperation between the United Nations, the European Commission and disaster managers around the world to improve alerts, information exchange and coordination in the first phase after major disasters.
    https://www.gdacs.org/default.aspx
  • A Sentinel-2 dataset with L1C and L2A tags in human-produced clouds, from 25 unique locations and the four seasons of the year, available for free to test cloud detection and removal in satellite imagery
    https://www.azavea.com/blog/2021/08/02/the-azavea-cloud-dataset/
  • Coral reefs play a vital role for this planet and just now the project of mapping, combining satellite imagery and advanced analysis, benthic and geomorphic data of the marine ecosystem with unprecedented details has been completed.
    https://allencoralatlas.org/atlas/#1.00/0.0000/-145.0000

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