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Visualization of the road network in the main Hungarian capitals. Each one shows the isochrons from the center of their county, by car and in thirty minutes with normal traffic
Two online manuals by Timothée Giraud & Hugues Pecout: "Géomatique avec R" for spatial data processing and GIS operations and "Cartographie avec R" for creating thematic maps that meet the standards of graphic semiology
A short walk through the soundscape of the island of Ouessant, where the mood changes along the way, the clock speeds up the time, you can click on a specific place or you can just let it all go ground
The Global River Runner is a stunning Open Source project to visualize in 3D the path a water drop would take to get into the ocean following the computed watershed on any place of the world
"Le Dictionnaire de Géopolitique" published in the Initial collection of Hatier editions under the direction of two geographers, Stephanie Beucher and Annette Ciattoni, is a working tool for understanding the dynamics and challenges of a complex and changing world.
SPUN is a science-based nonprofit initiative to create a map of global fungal networks and advocate for their protection.
The ASF operates NASA's Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) archive of a variety of satellites and aircraft, providing this data and support services for the Science Information and Data System project. of the Earth (ESDIS) from NASA
Artimaps is an online store that sells a selection of on-demand printed clothing, prints and high-quality household items with David Nuttall's hand-drawn fictitious plausible plan
Climate fragility, in the form of floods and droughts and changes in multi-year and seasonal variability, has become a major risk factor and fuels deadly conflicts everywhere.
The Kazungula Bridge, which connects Zambia and Botswana and nearly leaves Namibia and Zimbabwe out, has turned a near-map accident into a geopolitical marvel and has the potential to completely renew Africa's economy and transportation.
General maps produced by the United Nations provide a common and practical way to share basic information about the geography of a country or area as a contextualization and artistic representation of a geospatial reality
Urban technology, an emerging field of applied science and engineering that seeks to make cities more connected, livable, efficient, and accessible, will change the balance of global urbanization
Flood mapping tool (FMT) is the first web-based space decision support system (WSDSS) tool to address flood-related information gaps in early warning and flood risk management systems
"Eyes on the Earth" allows you to see the vital signs of the Earth from space such as sea level rise, the concentration of carbon dioxide and ozone and take a look at the hottest and coldest places with the surface temperature map
An open source project with an interactive online map that allows you to visualize the borders of countries throughout different periods of history (2000 BC-1994)
The Theban Mapping Project has been working in Thebes and in particular in the Valley of the Kings for almost three decades with the aim of designing and implementing existing status reports and management plans for archaeological sites
"Click that hood" is an open source geographic game based on open data to learn about city neighborhoods and many other administrative divisions
"Aventuras literarias" is a literature & psycho-geography publishing house that publishes maps, leaflets and paper notebooks, with digital content, to explore fascinating mysteries and urban mythologies based on the trio of rigor-design-gameplay