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Jun 18 2012

A Few Good Reads (6/18/12): Removal of a Penobscot River Dam, and the Effects of the High Park Fire in Northern Colorado

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This week: Removal of Penobscot River dam begins, flooding in Florida, water operations affected by the High Park Fire in Northern Colorado, value pricing and the client matrix, and ArcGIS Online continues to improve. Dam on Maine’s Penobscot River begins coming down as part of restoration project (The Republic) Demolition of a 200-year-old dam on …

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Apr 16 2012

A Few Good Reads (4/16/12): Thailand Moving to Avoid Repeat of 2011

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This week: Thailand’s battle to avoid future flooding in Bangkok, the recovery along the Missouri, the effect of dams, Hickenlooper on the Colorado River, and a compilation of useful mapping and imagery posts from the ArcGIS blog. Thailand Moves to Avoid Repeat of 2011 Flood Catastrophe (Voice of America) For residents of Thailand’s capital, the …

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Oct 17 2011

A Few Good Reads (10/17/11)

This week: flooding in Thailand, the engineering career and job outlook, and ArcGIS service pack 3. Thai floods: Roads turn to rivers in hard-hit city (mymotherlode.com) "Ayutthaya is uninhabitable now," said Santi Singharerk, a 42-year-old dentist carting away the single suitcase of clothes he was able to salvage from his home. "There’s no running water. …

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Sep 15 2011

A Tool for Georeferencing Field Photos

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One piece of software in our toolbox that gets utilized nearly every time an engineer in our office heads into the field, is GPS-Photo Link. What does this software do that makes it so special? Essentially, it can take your time referenced digital photos (from any camera) and synchronize them with a field GPS tracklog …

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