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  • 09 Apr 2019 8:41 PM | Ted MacKinnon (Administrator)

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    Hugh MacKay joined Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil in Lawerncetown on Monday, to announce a major expansion of the Centre of Geographic Sciences, a jewel of the Nova Scotia Community College.

    The announcement was about a geomatics business research centre, with accompanying 40-bed residence, will be open for the 2020 academic year, once again positions COGS at the global forefront for geomatics education and entrepreneurship. 

    https://www.thechronicleherald.ca/news/local/three-nscc-campuses-get-24m-for-campus-improvements-from-province-299353/

  • 01 Mar 2019 11:54 AM | Ted MacKinnon (Administrator)

    We hope you are looking forward to both spring and attending the April 23rd Annual General meeting



    CONTENT

      Annual General Meeting

      Board Update /   New Hires

      Geography Teacher of the Month

      Call for New Board Members

      COGS  / AGRG Conference

      Award of Distinction

      Upcoming Events

    plus more ...

    Since our last newsletter, GANS has been busy undergoing some administrative changes. Candace MacDonald, stepped up into fill the role of GANS President, and, we have hired two part time staff members. More on the topic of personnel changes, we are on the lookout for new board members. Below we have all the information you need in order to make a nomination.

    This season has also been pretty busy for GANS an exciting one for our members. 

    The Board would like to thank Jackie and all the volunteers that worked together to host Geomatics Atlantic last Fall. The conference that was attended by more then 200 geospatial professionals helped indicate that geomatics is still growing strong in Atlantic Canada.

    John Trites, a former GANS Vice President, was selected as Canadian Geographic's Geography teacher of the month.

    The Centre of Geographic Sciences (COGS) and the Applied Geomatics Research Group hosted another successful winter workshop, and Robert Maher provides a great wrap up update on it.

    Finally, we have opened nominations for the GANS Award of Distinction, which is presented to an individual or organization who has made an extraordinary contribution to the geomatics sector in Nova Scotia.

    We hope to provide many more updates for you as 2019 continues!

    Sincerely,

    The GANS Board of Directors

     


     

    GANS AGM IS FAST APPROACHING

     Please join the Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia (GANS) and friends for the GANS Annual General Meeting, April 23 at the Halifax Central Library on Spring Garden Road. 

    • April 23rd,  2019
    • 4PM - 6PM
    • Halifax Central Library, BMO Community Room (2nd floor)
    • Includes coffee, tea & snacks
    • Open to all GANS members and the broader geospatial community

    There is no fees for this event, however we ask that you please register to save your spot.

    More details on this event will be added to the events page once available... 


     

    On behalf of the GANS Board of Directors, we would like to announce that Candace MacDonald from the NSCC Applied Geomatics Research Group has stepped up to fill the recently vacant position of 2018-19 GANS President. 

    Candace has been part of AGRG's Coastal Research Team since graduating from COGS in 2010 with an Advanced Diploma in Remote Sensing. 

    She was one of the first young professionals represented in the GAN 'Geography Helped Me Get Where I am Now' Poster series. Click here to find out how Geography helped Candace get where she is today ...

    GANS welcomes Harrison Ellisas the new Administrative Coordinator – Communications. Harrison is a recent BC transplant now living in Halifax. 

    He has a background in non-profit communications and development, and has worked primarily with social service organizations. 

    He holds a Master’s Degree in International Public Policy from Wilfrid Laurier University and is looking forward to advancing the geomatics and geospatial industries in Nova Scotia. 

    When not working, he spends his time reading at the central library, running through point pleasant park, and cleaning up after his cat. 

    GANS also welcomes Bridget Ajayias an Administrative Support coordinator for Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia. Technologically savvy and an early adopter, she brings to the team a wealth of experience in customer service, accounting and administrative support. 

    She works as a customer service representative for Teleperformance Canada. Prior to that, she worked as an Accountant/Administrative support for Chrisma Day care in Nigeria. 

    She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and a Master’s degree in Business Administration, specialized in Finance both from Nigeria.




    John Trites, Vice President of GANS from 2016 to 2018, recently was selected as Canadian Geographic's Geography teacher of the month
    Nova Scotia teacher with a passion for human geography helps shape the next generation of educators John Trites , the former Atlantic representative for the Canadian Geographic Education executive committee, honed his craft as a geography teacher at Horton High School in Wolfville, N.S. 

    After 33 years in the public school system, Trites moved on to a different role, mentoring the next generation of educators. For about a decade now, he has been teaching geography methods to pre-service teachers at Acadia University. 

    Trites has also been teaching educators about advanced placement human geography, a subject close to his heart, for the College Board of the United States. 

    In 2000, The Royal Canadian Geographical Society recognized Trites’ lifelong commitment to geography education with the Geographic Literacy Award.



    Remember to renew your GANS Membership ...

    It is time to renew your memberships and sponsorships if you have not done so already.

    If you have any questions or need an invoice created then let us know.



    GANS is looking for members to join the Board of Directors and Working Groups

    GANS Board of Directors is composed of members from various backgrounds (Government, Academia & Industry) dedicated to help the organization be the leading voice for geomatics sector in Nova Scotia. 

    Serving on the Association's Board of Directors is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual who is passionate about Nova Scotia's geospatial community. 

    We Need Your help! GANS is looking for members to join the Board of Directors as well as the various GANS Working Groups.

    Click here for more info on GANS Working Groups


     


    Sensors High and Low: Measuring the Reality of our World

    An update from Robert Maher

    The Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) hosted its third annual winter conference at the Centre of Geographic Sciences (COGS) in Lawrencetown from January 22nd - 24th. 

    There were  over twenty presentations that could be divided into four main components: 

    • Applied Geomatics Research Group (AGRG) 
    • Applied Oceans Research 
    • International Technology companies 
    • Nova Scotia / Maritime based businesses 

    Read the rest of the article here!

     


     

    We are pleased to announce that nominations for the GANS Dave Keefe Award of Distinction is now open.

    This award is presented by the Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia to an individual or an organization having made an extraordinary contribution to the geomatics sector in Nova Scotia.

    Help us recognize these special individuals and organizations by nominating a member of the geomatics community who has significantly influenced our sector.

    • Nomination forms are available on the GANS website - download here.
    • Nominations close April 1st 2019
    • Selection will be determined by the GANS Board of Directors
    • Directors will not be permitted to vote for their own employees, organization, or client should they be nominated.
    • The Award will be presented at the 2019 GANS Annual General Meeting

    Past GANS Award of Distinction Winners

    2018 -Ted MacKinnon, Geomatics Specialist with Natural Resources Canada

    2017 - Dr. Tim Webster, research Scientist with the Applied Geomatics Research Group

    2016 - James Boxall, Sessional Instructor with Dalhousie University

    2015 - Dr. Jason Bond, Coordinate Control Officer, Internal Services (Province of Nova Scotia) [Note: now with  Natural Resources Canada]


    Upcoming Geospatial Related Events

    Check out Some of the Other Information  available from our Website

    Geomatics related news and information  - https://gans.ca/geo-news
    Did you know that any GANS member or sponsor can post news here? you simply need to login to the GANS site ... 

    Upcoming Geospatial Related Events  -  https://gans.ca/events
    The events page includes geospatial related events (both GANS and others), if you know of events that we are missing that you think others could benefit from, then let us know and we will add them to the calendar ...



    Geospatial Jobs in Nova Scotia  - https://gans.ca/Nova-Scotia-GIS-and-Geomatics-Jobs.html Did you know that any GANS member or sponsor can post jobs here (for free)? you simply need to login to the GANS site ... and we also maintain a list of employment resources to help students and those looking for the next move in their career.

    GANS Members & Sponsors only section  https://gans.ca/members-sponsors A section containing info related to membership and sponsorship, GANS Board of Directors, and working groups. Did you know that there is also a members directory in this section, accessible to all members?

    Seeking Geospatial Specialists  - https://gans.ca/Seeking-Geospatial-Specialists You may be aware of the GANS Geographic Education Poster Series but did you know that we are working on more posters and are looking for more candidates ti feature ...

    Nova Scotia Geospatial Data Resources  - https://gans.ca/Nova-Scotia-Geospatial-Data-Resources Know of any data sets that we should add here? If so let us know ...

    GANS Mentorship Program  - https://gans.ca/GANS-Mentorship-Program



    We encourage everyone to Follow us on Twitter and to Like our FaceBook Page as  we use these social networks to help spread information throughout the geospatial community, and this works much better when more people get involved. 


  • 07 Feb 2019 4:06 PM | Ted MacKinnon (Administrator)

    John Trites, Vice President of GANS from 2016 to 2018, recently was selected as Canadian Geographic's Geography teacher of the month.

    Nova Scotia teacher with a passion for human geography helps shape the next generation of educators

    Nova Scotia geography teacher John Trites with his dog Atlas

    John Trites , the former Atlantic representative for the Canadian Geographic Education executive committee, honed his craft as a geography teacher at Horton High School in Wolfville, N.S. After 33 years in the public school system, Trites moved on to a different role, mentoring the next generation of educators.

    For about a decade now, he has been teaching geography methods to pre-service teachers at Acadia University. Trites has also been teaching educators about advanced placement human geography, a subject close to his heart, for the College Board of the United States. In 2000, The Royal Canadian Geographical Society recognized Trites’ lifelong commitment to geography education with the Geographic Literacy Award.

    On teaching human and urban geography in high school

    One of my favorite projects was having students ...

    Click here to continue reading the article by Tanya Kirnishni on the Canadian Geographic website.


  • 04 Feb 2019 12:50 PM | Ted MacKinnon (Administrator)

    GANS is pleased to announce that nominations for the GANS Dave Keefe Award of Distinction is now open.

    This award is presented by the Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia to an individual or an organization having made an extraordinary contribution to the geomatics sector in Nova Scotia.

    Help us recognize these special individuals and organizations by nominating a member of the geomatics community who has significantly influenced our sector.

    • Nomination forms are available on the GANS website - download here.
    • Nominations close April 1st 2019
    • Selection will be determined by the GANS Board of Directors
    • Directors will not be permitted to vote for their own employees, organization, or client should they be nominated.
    • The Award will be presented at the 2019 GANS Annual General Meeting

    https://gans.ca/resources/Documents/GANS-Award-Nomination-Form.pdf

    https://gans.ca/resources/Documents/GANS-Award-Letter-of-Support.pdf

    Past GANS Award of Distinction Winners

    2018 -Ted MacKinnon, Geomatics Specialist with Natural Resources Canada

    2017 - Dr. Tim Webster, research Scientist with the Applied Geomatics Research Group

    2016 - James Boxall, Sessional Instructor with Dalhousie University

    2015 - Dr. Jason Bond, Coordinate Control Officer, Internal Services (Province of Nova Scotia) [Note: now with  Natural Resources Canada]

    For more details click here
  • 16 Jan 2019 2:47 PM | Ted MacKinnon (Administrator)

    On behalf of the GANS Board of Directors, we would like to announce that Candace MacDonald from the NSCC Applied Geomatics Research Group has stepped up to fill the recently vacant position of 2018-19 GANS President.

    Candace has been part of AGRG's Coastal Research Team since graduating from COGS in 2010 with an Advanced Diploma in Remote Sensing. She is an expert in complex raster and spatial GIS analysis, and uses the remotely acquired data she and other members of the Coastal Research Team collect using a wide range of high-tech equipment such as a shallow water bathymetric lidar system, a 3D mobile mapping lidar unit, a multibeam echosounder, and several drones for multispectral aerial photography. 

    Candace was one of the first young professionals represented in the GAN 'Geography Helped Me Get Where I am Now' Poster series. Click here to find out how Geography helped Candace get where she is today ...


  • 08 Jan 2019 7:21 PM | Ted MacKinnon (Administrator)

    Digital Nova Scotia is the industry association for Nova Scotia’s $2.5 billion digital technologies sector and the Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia now joins a growing number of digital businesses and stakeholders working together to foster Nova Scotia’s digital economy and increase global connections for global competitiveness.

    Digital Nova Scotia

    DNS programs, events, and opportunities will enable us to extend our digital community through skills development, capacity building, industry events, strong partnerships and the promotion of IT opportunities, as it continues to grow, evolve and thrive.

    Digital Nova Scotia helps connect industry with talent through an opportunities portal, connecting industry leaders through networking events and round table discussions, and connecting with national organizations to increase the profile of our sector and province. 

    Like GANS, Digital Nova Scotia is a membership driven organization with members ranging from startups and SME’s to large multinational corporations, universities and colleges, government, and non-profits. 

    The Best part is that GANS memberships provide members more benefits as Digital Nova Scotia membership benefits will be extended to all active GANS members.

    If you are not a GANS member, or not sure what your membership status is? 

    Then contact us and we can help you become a GANS member so that you too can take advantage of all the DNS benefits.


    All members of the Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia are welcome to enjoy the benefits of Digital Nova Scotia. Benefits include: 

    If you have any questions about DNS / GANS partnership or interested in receiving DNS email blasts for upcoming events, then contact us.

    In the meantime we encourage everyone to check out the Digital Nova Scotia website and to renew their GANS memberships



  • 10 Oct 2018 9:56 AM | Ted MacKinnon (Administrator)


    LESS THAN FIVE WEEKS UNTIL GEOMATICS ATLANTIC CONFERENCE!

    Dear {Contact_First_Name},

    Below is a little information on the upcoming Geomatics Atlantic Conference including speakers, agenda, and more.

    Have you registered yet? There's still time! https://geomatics.one/registration



    Confirmed Speakers

    Below are a few of the 25+ speakers scheduled to present at this years Geomatics Atlantic. You can check out other speakers and their abstracts on the websites Speaker section (still being updated on the site as abstracts and speaker Bios come in)  https://geomatics.one/speakers


    Steve IrisManager and Senior Program Officer at Canadian Space Agency

    https://geomatics.one/speakers/xxx/steve-iris

    Since he joined the Canadian Space Agency in 2002, Mr. Iris  occupied various responsibilities. From RADARSAT-1 mission planner to manager of international relations responsible for Africa and South America, including support for the Space Affairs Advisor at the Canadian Embassy in Washington. 

    In December 2010 he became the Mission Manager for the RADARSAT Constellation, which ensures that the entire satellite system meets mission objectives and user requirements.

    The RADARSAT Constellation is the next step in evolution of the RADARSAT Program with the objective of ensuring data continuity, improved operational use of synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data and improved system in reliability.

    The mission consists of three identical C-band SAR satellites flying in a constellation which will provide complete coverage of Canada's land and oceans offering an average daily visit, as well as a potential daily access to 90% of any location on the globe.

    The main objective of the RADARSAT Constellation Mission is on meeting Government of Canada User Department's needs and requirements in Core Use Areas such as Maritime Surveillance, Disaster Management, Ecosystem Monitoring and Northern Development.

    The constellation is designed primarily as a wide area monitoring system, offering medium resolution data, but it will also offer high resolution imaging capabilities, including a Spotlight Mode, as well as multiple polarization including Compact Polarimetry.

    The greatly enhanced temporal revisit combined with accurate orbital control will enable advanced interferometric applications in between satellites on a four-day cycle that will allow the generation of very accurate coherent change maps. RADARSAT Constellation Mission frequent revisit capability, near real-time SAR data availability and vessel identification capabilities (through an AIS payload) will provide the capability to identify and monitor ships up before they enter national waters or ports.

    The RADARSAT Constellation Mission is currently under construction with satellite launches planned for 2018. This presentation will describe the overall RADARSAT Constellation Mission system, the space and ground segments, provide an overall project status and discuss activities surrounding Canadian Government user's operational readiness.



    Rachel O’NeilLead Geospatial Architect at Bluejack Consulting Inc.

    https://geomatics.one/speakers/xxx/rachel-oneil

    Rachel O’Neil has over 18 years experience working with Geographical Information Systems as a developer, consultant, application and system architect. This experience spans across major provincial, state and federal agencies across the US and Canada.

    Rachel’s master’s degree concentrated on machine learning and big data which has continued to grow and evolve into the field of GIS.

    This presentation will discuss the unique challenges associated with the nature and size of marine data, how the concept and practical implementation of the analysis of marine data can leverage big data concepts, future trends and directions. Discussion will also include existing implementations from vendor specific software to custom and hybrid applications and platforms.



    Jeremy Nicholson, Sales Manager  at CARIS Teledyne (Presenting on behalf of OGC Canada Forum)

    https://geomatics.one/speakers/xxx/jeremy-nicholson

    This presentation will introduce the Canada Forum which has been established is to better serve Canadian needs for geospatial data and services. The Forum is an informal organisation open to all Canadian Organisations  (including non-OGC members) and international OGC members conducting business or research in Canada. Example organisations include, but are not limited to Federal, Provincial, Territorial and Municipal governments, Indigenous Organisations, Academia, and Industry.  

    The Canada Forum will provide a platform for all stakeholders to increase collaboration with a focus on Canada's requirements for sharing geospatial data and information, capacity building, innovation, outreach, industry business development, and others. The forum is also intended to provide a venue for the community to improve the level of Canadian influence in the OGC geospatial standards process and related standards partners (e.g. ISO, IHO, GEO, UN-GGIM, W3C, CGSB).    

    The Canadian Forum intends to inform stakeholders on the objectives of the group in the East, West and North of Canada at a series of geomatics events. Another aspect of the Forum is to identify geospatial sectors where Canada excels so that this expertise can be highlighted globally. The Marine geospatial sector is one such sector so the presentation will also focus on the data standards work being conducted that relates to Ocean data.



    Renata DividinoSenior Data Manager at Global Spatial Technology Solutions

    https://geomatics.one/speakers/xxx/renata-dividino

    Dr. Renata Dividino has extensive expertise in knowledge management and artificial intelligence. She received her Ph.D. degree of Compute Sciences in Germany and has worked in diverse international research institutes (e.g. the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence & the Institute for Web Science and Technologies).

    She also spent several years in research for knowledge modelling and semantic integration of disparate information sources which has been successfully applied in many domains – from drug discovery in pharmaceutical companies to identifying suspicious activities at sea.

    Dr. Dividino recently left the Institute for Big Data Analytics at Dalhousie University where she researched how to better support the current and future information needs of naval decision makers aboard Royal Canadian Navy vessels to join a Halifax-based start-up - Global Spatial Technology Solutions. Dr. Renata Dividino leads the semantic Big Data integration to boost the machine learning model accuracy.

    The Interplay between Knowledge Graphs and Machine Learning

    Machine learning algorithms aim to make sense out of noisy data to generate data-driven insights. These algorithms, often called smart algorithms, are first given access to real-world examples of a huge data set, and then are set to detect patterns (or 'similar data') in other datasets in order to predict different events. As expected, the algorithms are only as good as the data behind them.

    High-quality data can be extracted from knowledge graphs such as from google’s knowledge graph and Wikidata. Knowledge graphs form crucial components of modern web search engines and state-of-the art question answering systems as they provide a semantic structure to the underlying  data, i.e., data becomes a source of information that machines can easily interpret, combine and reuse. In this talk, we will discuss how companies running machine learning applications can use knowledge graphs to fine tune results and increase processing capabilities.



    You can check out other speakers and their abstracts on the websites Speaker section (still being updated as abstracts and speaker Bios come in ... ) https://geomatics.one/speakers

    Venue & Accommodations 

    The newly renovated, Lord Nelson Hotel & Suites is pleased to welcome Geomatics Atlantic 2018 delegates to Halifax and are offering a block of Classic Guestrooms at a special group rate of $139.00 per day based on single or double occupancy, plus 2% Levy and 15% HST tax. Includes complimentary Internet and local/toll free calls.

    Booking with this code will also help subsidize the Geomatics Atlantic Conference

    Reservations at the group rate may be accessed through the following booking methods:

    Rooms at this rate are available until Friday October 12, 2018, subject to availability of Classic rooms. After this date, the rooms will be released from the block and back to the hotel for sale.

    If you have any questions or require further assistance, please contact our reservations department directly at 1-800-565-2020


    To find out more about the Geomatics Atlantic Conference go to Geomatics.one



    Special thanks to the Following Geomatics Atlantic Sponsors


    Platinum Sponsor

    Esri Canada Logo


    Gold Sponsor

    Bluejack Consulting Inc.

    Silver Sponsor


    Event & Media Sponsors:

      

        GoGeomatics Canada


  • 18 Sep 2018 11:41 AM | Ted MacKinnon (Administrator)

    2018 GoGeomatics Back to School Social in Halifax

    GoGeomatics Leadership Awards Presented to GANS Members

    Last week at the Halifax Back to School Social, Jonathan Murphy of GoGeoomatics presented Leadership Awards to GANS members, Jackie Edwards and Ted MacKinnon, for their continuous dedication and support to help ensure that the geospatial community thrives in Nova Scotia.

    GoGeomatics 2018 Leadership Award

    Jackie Edwards, GoGeomatics 2018 Leadership Award

    "GoGeomatics Back to School Socials and Monthly Meetups are what make GoGeomatics more than just a magazine, job board or event calendar. 

    Without our team of committed volunteers, these socials would be impossible. GoGeomatics could never have achieved the Canada-wide reach that we now have (with meetup groups in 15 cities) without the hard work of our group leaders. 

    This award recognizes group leaders who have shown outstanding dedication in organizing and promoting their groups throughout the year. 

    For their contribution to the growing Canadian geospatial community, I am happy to present the GoGeomatics 2018 Leadership Award to Jackie Edwards." Jonathan Murphy, GoGeomatics

    GoGeomatics 2018 Sector Leadership Award

    Ted MacKinnon, GoGeomatics 2018 Sector Leadership Award "This award honors a volunteer who not only organizes, promotes, and successfully leads their group throughout the year, but also acts as a mentor and influencer within the Canadian Geomatics Sector. 

    This individual has contributed more time and resources to the success of GoGeomatics than any other volunteer, and they are an example of an dynamic professional who is helping the Canadian geospatial community reach its fullest potential. 

    Therefore, I am proud to present the GoGeomatics 2018 Sector Leadership Award to Ted MacKinnon who has made a positive mark on the geospatial community from coast to coast" Jonathan Murphy, GoGeomatics


    To find out more about Halifax GoGeomatics Canada Monthly Networking Socials go to https://www.meetup.com/Halifax-GoGeomatics-Canada-Monthly-Networking-Social/



    2018 GoGeomatics Back to School Social in Halifax

    [Photo Sources: Dave MacLean & Jonathan Murphy]


  • 16 Sep 2018 7:14 PM | Ted MacKinnon (Administrator)

    The newly renovated, Lord Nelson Hotel & Suites is pleased to welcome Geomatics Atlantic 2018 delegates to Halifax!

    Lord Nelson AccommodationsWith pride in tradition dating back to 1928, the hotel is a beloved landmark in downtown Halifax dating back to 1928. Overlooking the beautiful Victorian Public Gardens, the Lord Nelson is located on the corner of Spring Garden Road, a popular location filled with restaurants, shopping and entertainment options.

    We are pleased to offer a block of Classic Guestrooms at a special group rate of $139.00 per day based on single or double occupancy, plus 2% Levy and 15% HST tax. Includes complimentary Internet and local/toll free calls.

    Booking with this code will also help subsidize the Geomatics Atlantic Conference

    Reservations at the group rate may be accessed through the following booking methods:

    Lord Nelson AccommodationsRooms at this rate are available until Friday October 12, 2018, subject to availability of Classic rooms. After this date, the rooms will be released from the block and back to the hotel for sale.

    If you have any questions or require further assistance, please contact our reservations department directly at 1-800-565-2020, (902) 423-5130, or by email at [email protected]


    https://geomatics.one/lord-nelson-accommodations-conference-rate.html


  • 07 Aug 2018 3:49 PM | Ted MacKinnon (Administrator)

    We are partnering with the Licensed Professional Planner Association of Nova Scotia (LPPANS) for a Pre-Note/Keynote with world renowned atmospheric scientist Katharine Hayhoe to speak about cross-sectoral approaches to dealing with climate change.Katharine Hayhoe Director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech

    It will be November 2nd at 10 am in the Dalhousie School of Architecture and Planning Auditorium (next to the Halifax Central Library). WHERE: November 2nd at 10 am @ Dalhousie School

    Katharine Hayhoe is the Director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech. Her research focuses on high-resolution climate projections to evaluate the future impacts of climate change on human society and the natural environment. She has published over 125 peer-reviewed articles and served as lead author on key reports for the U.S. Global Change Research Program and the National Academy of Sciences.

    https://geomatics.one/prenote-katharine-hayhoe.html


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