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Mission with HOT – Indonesia

Volunteers assisted in a disaster preparedness project in Indonesia Earlier this year, eleven GISCorps volunteers were deployed to a project with Humanitarian OpenStreetMap (HOT). This was our second collaborative project with HOT (first one in Samoa) and this time the work…

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Camp Roberts Project

Supporting a set of humanitarian field experiments in Camp Roberts GISCorps volunteer, Yamini Manickam, supported a set of humanitarian field experiments in Camp Roberts, California on August 15th. Yamini is a GIS professional from California and has expertise in remote sensing.…

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Mission with Wichita Wildlife Refuge

Two GISCorps volunteers assisted the Wichita Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma By: Lacey Mason & Gericke Cook (GISCorps Volunteers) Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, USFWS Staff and Volunteers The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge (WMWR) encompasses 59,020 acres in Comanche County, Oklahoma. Established in 1901 as…

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Mission in Tirana

GISCorps volunteer taught GIS to K-12 students in Albania The Urban and Regional Planning department at the University of Florida (UF)  , in partnership with the Albanian-American foundation Martin and Mirash Ivanaj (whose mission is to promote science and education amongst…

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SAR Analysis Mission

SAR analysis of vessel presence in the Central Mediterranean By:Charles Heller, Lorenzo Pezzani (Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths, University of London); Situ Studio, New York; Lawrence Fox III, Humboldt State University Emeritus Professor of Remote Sensing & consultant, (GISCorps volunteer)…

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Mission with USAID

USAID Crowdsourcing project (a 3-phased project) By David Litke (GISCorps volunteer) with additions from the USAID case study with permission from USAID Earlier this year, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) requested the assistance of GISCorps volunteers for USAID’s…

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Mission with GICHD

GISCorps volunteers tested an application for a non profit organization The Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD) requested the assistance of several GISCorps volunteers for testing an application. GICHD, an international expert organization legally based in Switzerland as a…

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