Ráfagas Geospatial links everyday

Nº943: migrations, seas, emoji, slopes

  • Migrant spaces: an interactive map to raise awareness about the existence and stories of ephemeral spaces of containment, transit and struggle as a result of European migration regulations
    http://cherish-de.uk/migrant-digitalities/#/2011/intro
  • Sea sovereignty was only formalized in 1982, ZEE boundaries are still under discussion and produce jurisdictional holes (repost)
    http://donutholes.ch/
  • World Map showing the most used emoji for some countries
    https://blog.swiftkey.com/which-emoji-does-your-language-use-more-than-others/
  • A proposal to represent on a street map how step slopes are (repost)
    http://www.tobyeglesfield.com/a-map-showing-the-steepness-of-streets/

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