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LandScan: A Global Population Database for Estimating Populations at Risk
The LandScan Global Population Project produced a world-wide 1998 population database at a 30-by 30-second resolution for estimating ambient populations at risk. Best available census counts wereExpand
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NOAA Coastal Change Analysis Program (C-CAP) : guidance for regional implementation
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The Coastal Change Analysis Programl (C-CAP) is developing a nationally standardized database on landcover and habitat change in the coastal regions of the United States. C-CAPExpand
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LandScan: Locating People is What Matters
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A Coastal Land Cover Classification System for the NOAA Coastwatch Change Analysis Project
A land cover classification system for coastal uplands. wetlands, and photic submersed habitats has been developed for NOAA's C-CAP Project in support of management of fisheries habitats and livingExpand
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The Panopticon's Changing Geography
Over the past two centuries, surveillance technology has advanced in three major spurts. In the first instance the surveillance instrument was a specially designed building, Bentham's Panopticon; inExpand
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Who Knows Where You Are, and Who Should, in the Era of Mobile Geography?
AliSI'RAC'l·: Persona/ local i<» ι der ices (PLl)s) combined with mobile communication der ices (MC'Ds) (mobile phones being one and the same thing) proride a powerful technology for location serExpand
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A Digital Geography of Indigenous Mexico: Prototype for the American Geographical Society's Bowman Expeditions
As geographers recently abroad, we have come to the sad realization that the United States is increasingly perceived as a mighty global power crippled by ignorance of its vast global sphere ofExpand
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Trends in maxillofacial injuries in war-time (1914-1986).
In view of evidence of increasing ophthalmic injury in modern warfare we examined available data for evidence of any changes in the incidence of head and neck injuries since 1914. Although dataExpand
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Cartographic Symbols for Humanitarian Demining
Abstract A new standard set of cartographic symbols for landmine hazards and mine actions (e.g., clearances, hazard reductions, mine risk education (MRE), and technical surveys) in humanitarianExpand
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Big Brother has evolved
Tracking someone's movements can now be done cheaply and easily, and there are few restrictions on who can monitor whom, says Jerome E. Dobson.
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