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In This Issue
In the April 2011 edition of GeoView, we feature a sneak peek into the Quarter 1 2011 US parcel layer release. We also provided information on our attendance of the upcoming Esri Petroleum User Group (PUG) conference in Houston during the month of April - come visit our booth if you will be there as well!
Preview of the Q1 2011 CoreLogic ParcelPoint Release
Significant Pricing Changes to Our Tax Roll Data Products
eMap to Attend April Esri PUG Conference in Houston
The Roll of Satellite Imagery in Disaster Management
Gone Fishing - New World Record Yellowfin Tuna Catch
Data in Transit - The iPad as a Tool for Field Data Capture
Satellites in the News - Radiometric Use of WorldView-2 Imagery
In Focus - Land for Biofuels
Assessing Colored Dissolved Organic Matter with WorldView-2 Satellite Imagery
Tunisian Migrants in Lampedusa: SPOT-5 and OceanWay Keep Track of Maritime Picture
Update on DigitalGlobe's Advanced Ortho Aerial Program
Word of the Month - Focal Plane
Geospatial Freebie of the Month - USGS Land Use and Land Cover Dataset
The Beaten Path - Baseball is Nearly Here!
The Speculative Tasking Program
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The Area of Interest
Midan Al-Tahrir Square; Cair, Egypt
Midan Al-Tahrir, or more popularly known as Tahrir Square or Liberation Square, has become a central focus in Egypt's historical quest for democracy through peaceful revolution. The events taking place across the Mid-East and Africa started in Tunisia with the martyring of a fruit dealer. The revolutionary energy soon spread to Egypt where millions of oppressed Egyptians took to the streets of Tahrir Square to show their frustration with the dictatorial regime and to state their desire for a democratic nation.
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The World is Flat
Paul Revere Port-a-Potties: 1 if by stand, 2 if by seat.
Chang's Chinese Foods rolls the dice on the Bad Luck cookie.
The clumsy boy broke wind.
Following the Super Bowl, Pittsburgh's Terrible Towel is demoted to cleaning up after dogs.
Brock Adam McCarty
Chief Operating Officer
Follow the links below to find each archived version of eMap International's GeoView newsletters from 2009, 2010 & 2011.
2009 | 2010 | 2011
If you missed a previous edition of GeoView, you will find a link to a web version of the newsletter below. For your convenience, we have summarized the key featured articles present in each edition.
January 2011 - Preview of the Q4 2010 US Parcel Release; Intermap Elevation Data; Spreadsheets to KML
February 2011 - Q4 2010 US Parcel Release Details; Impervious Surface Maps; Sales of Cartosat-1/2 Commence
March 2011 - Free ImageBoost Contest; VectorLock – A Lean, Mean Security Machine; Helicopters-SUVs and Mobile LiDAR
View 2009 articles here »
View 2010 articles here »
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