Best of the Blogs 10 March 2015

By on 10 March, 2015

Map art

The HERE 360 blog has a great overview of a cartographic artist, Emily Garfield, who draws beautiful maps of imaginary places.


CBS News has a piece marking the year anniversary of flight MH370’s disappearance, investigating the limitations of plane tracking technology, and asking where we can go from here.


Live science has some great artistic images created by LiDAR.


Andrew Cridland has offered a touching tribute to the recently departed Gregg Purcell over on the SIBA blog.

Also from SIBA is the news that the new Queensland government is reinstating the coastal planning laws axed by the previous LNP.


GIM International talks of the United Nations General Assembly adopting its first resolution recognising the importance of a globally coordinated approach to geodesy.


Maps Mania presents readers with a map of global environmental protests, known as the Environmental Justice Atlas.


GeoAwesomeness has the news that Apple has extended its flyover feature on its Maps app, and is, indeed, still serious about Maps.


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