Free GIS Resources

Over the last couple of days I have utilised some excellent free GIS resources. I have listed these and some others below. Geospatial Analysis: This is the free online version of de Smith, Longley and Goodchild’s excellent book by the same titl...


Haiti Earthquake

The recent earthquake in Haiti is probably the worst natural disaster seen in recent years. Such circumstances provide some of the most important applications of GIS. The charity MapAction has already deployed people to the area to supplement the oth...


London Population Density 1801- 2001

Using data from the excellent new London Data Store website I have produced a maps showing London’s population density for each decade between 1801 and 2001. An especially interesting pattern from the maps is that of increased population densit...


UCL Panoramic Pictures

To add to Oliver O’Brien’s “A Year at UCL” slideshow I have uploaded a couple of panoramic photos from visually buy ciprodex otic suspension impressive moments featuring  UCL’s Portico Building. As I take more pictures ...


Alpine Time Lapse

To mark the end of a couple of weeks of climate change talks in Copenhagen I thought it would be good to feature a some great alpine time lapse videos. Time lapse videos often feature on the CASA Blogs but they tend to focus on people and urban envir...


BBC Radio Wales: Welsh Surnames

I recently had an interview with Radio Wales‘ “Good Evening Wales“. Following media cipro online no prescription overnight interest in the migrations of some Welsh surnames such as “Jones”,  BBC Wales wanted a little mo...


Glacier Tracking with Intelligent Pebbles

A couple of summers ago I was involved in a project, called Glacsweb, that seeks to discover what happens underneath a glacier (photo above) as it slowly moves downhill. Glacsweb has been subject to a recent BBC News article. Observing what happens t...


IEEE Geospatial Computing Workshop

Yesterday I presented the paper “Combining Historic Interpretations of the Great Britain Popualtion with Contemporary Spatial Analysis: the Case of Surnames” during the Geospatial Computing Workshop at the 5th IEEE International Conferenc...


Humble Oil: enough energy to melt glaciers

I thought that this advert from the Humble Oil Company (now Exxon) provides an appropriate way to mark this week’s Copenhagen buy cipro online usa Climate Change Conference. It was published in a 1962 edition of Life Magazine and was re-discove...



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