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Environment

Tuesday, September 11th, 2007

eSpatial and Geomatic Technologies Deliver Australia Pilot

eSpatial, in partnership with Geomatic Technologies (GT), announced the deployment of an advanced web editing pilot for the Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) in Victoria, Australia. Read More

Monday, September 10th, 2007

“Nobelprize” for Environmental Technology Proposed

NORWAY POST – The proposal hs been put forward by the the Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters and The Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences. The aim is to promote technology which will stimulate sustainable development. Carrying the name of Brundtland, with her background and involvement, Norway has a unique opportunity and a special responsibility for

Sunday, September 9th, 2007

High-Flying Lasers Reveal Forests Ancient Secrets

Laser beams shone down from the sky are revealing archaeological and other treasures hidden in Britain’s forests – by “seeing through” the trees. Scientists, archaeologists and foresters are using pulses of laser energy beamed down from aircraft flying about 1000 metres (3300 feet) up to reveal forests’ hidden secrets. These can include sites of ancient

Friday, August 31st, 2007

UK Summer 2007 – A Wet Season

This summer looks set to have been the wettest since UK rainfall records began in 1914, Met Office figures revealed today. Provisional rainfall figures (up to 28 August) show that the UK as a whole had 358.5 mm of rain, just beating the previous record of 358.4 mm in 1956. However, since it is such a narrow

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