GIS SITES has found a couple of articles worth notice in the world of GIS. Most notable are the 2 articles about mapping the aftermath of natural disasters. In this case, the 2004 Tsunami in SE Asia and the Katrina Hurricane of last year. Because both disasters involved water and sediments, among other things, scientists are going back to examine the land and sea floors in the aftermath.
- Lockheed Martin has $136M NASA deal to map the moon's water
- Study: Katrina, Rita may have KO’d islands - Mapping after the Hurricane
- Scientists map Andaman Islands seabed to prepare for natural disasters (in wake of the 2004 Tsunami)
- Nigeria: GIS Important for Influenza Control
- Mapping the Future- Massachusetts updates statewide aerials (subscription req'd)
- Web washed up in citing pond in Hayward-Watery myth surfaced on mapping applications
- A web review of Window's Live Local Satellite mapping