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Volunteer Chosen as ArcGIS Online Mentor to Volunteers with the Climate Cost Project

The Climate Cost Project identifies, analyzes, and documents the social and economic impacts of climate change across America. Climate impacts, such as extreme weather and exacerbated health concerns, are severely affecting the livelihoods of the American Public. Many of these…

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Volunteer develops crop yield prediction models for The Food Aid Project

Food Aid Project, Inc. 501(c)(3) is a charitable purpose, nonprofit organization whose mission is to support food and economic security by increasing the efficiency of and access to the bulk food procurement and distribution network. They requested a GISCorps volunteer to…

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Volunteer Helping to Map and Preserve Oak Woodlands for California Non-profit

The River Ridge Institute is a 4-year-old nonprofit located in the Southern Sierra foothills of California that was founded to help educate public and private audiences about the importance of preserving oak woodlands through sustainable land management and natural resource…

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Automatic digitization for tree cover in tropical landscapes – Panama

In landscapes worldwide, agricultural trees provide valuable ecosystem services. These trees store a significant amount of carbon and could mitigate global climate change[1]. Agricultural trees also have tremendous value for biodiversity, providing refuges and stepping-stones for forest-dwelling animals in fragmented…

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