Best of the Blogs 30th September

By on 30 September, 2010


All Things Spatial tells us about an RTA project to map New South Wales traffic conditions in real-time.

NASA and the US geological survey have launched the stunning Earth-as-Art site.

GIS Development News reports China has drawn the world’s first land cover map of Antarctica.

And…that a project has been announced to launch three new British spacecraft to image the surface of the Earth.

Strange Maps reports on a Swiss / Italian border mapping issue.

Also, it’s not a blog, but we felt it worth pointing out a feature in last week’s New York Times that uses some cool maps to illustrate the issue of ’gerrymandering‘ – the redrawing electorate boundaries to change results.


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