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June 2004

Volunteer Analyzing Health Data

In preparation for potential population growth in the future, a grass-roots volunteer team in a region in India is studying the distribution and patterns of common ailments and diseases in a nearby city. The team requested one GISCorps volunteer to…

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Using GIS to Improve Animal Rescue Business Workflows

Report by Luis Ricardo Rodriguez The understanding of interactions and behaviors between humans and dogs are of long-standing scientific interest. Traditionally, collecting purposeful data on the interactions and behaviors of humans and dogs was difficult and time consuming with limited…

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Field Workers

Applying GIS to Watershed Stewardship in Colorado

Report by Diane Ambrose Using the ESRI software from the GIS Service Pledge Award, I was able contribute to the work of two non-profits in the South Park area of Colorado. Beaver Ponds Environmental Education Center (BPEEC) http://beaverponds.org/ BPEEC is located…

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Assisting Engineers Without Borders USA in Panama

Engineering students at the University of California, Berkeley, in cooperation with the Engineers Without Borders USA Group, worked with local groups in El Valle de San Francisco, Panama, to design a water distribution system to bring fresh running water to…

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