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UNIVERSITY PLACE

The Geospatial Revolution: Transforming How We Map Our...

  • Aired: 08/31/2011
  • 39:39
  • Rating: TV-G
Jim Lacy, the associate state cartographer in the Department of Geography at the UW-Madison, explains that geospatial technology refers to the tools, techniques, data, and skills used to inventory and analyze the relationship of people, places, and things in our world. Virtually all of the information that you share with people has some kind of geospatial tag.
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