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Saturday, October 1st, 2011

Google Earth Canada Launches Virtual Boreal Tour

Canada’s boreal forest is the star of a new online showcase that provides a coast to coast interactive tour of the country’s ‘green halo’. Launched as part of Google Earth’s Outreach Canada project, with support from The Pew Environment Group, the tour lets anyone with an Internet connected computer hover over the vast northern forests and waterways to

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

Barrow Valley Project Ireland

The Barrow Valley Project is a study of the prehistoric landscape of Ireland’s second longest river. The Barrow defines much of the landscape of mid-Leinster, and has been both a boundary and a routeway throughout prehistory and into the historic period. The project is based on research, museum archives, the Record of Monuments and Places,

Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

AECOM Awarded $35.5 M Contract for Engineering of Edmonton Light Rail Transit System Expansion

Under the contract, the company will provide preliminary engineering design services for the Southeast LRT line from downtown Edmonton to Mill Woods and the West LRT line from Lewis Estates to downtown Edmonton. The new, low-floor LRT system will include approximately 17 miles of double track with more than half a mile in tunnels and

Monday, September 12th, 2011

10 Best American Cities for Public Transportation

Public transportation is essential to everyday life. It helps people get from point A to point B in a convenient, economical and environmentally friendly way. Most big cities have adopted a public transit system that caters to their residents and commuters and offers a cost-effective alternative to driving an automobile. Out of all the large

Saturday, September 10th, 2011

Sacred Stones of the Outback

This Landsat image takes us to the Amadeus Basin in the heart of the Australian outback. Two large rock formations are visible on the lower section of the image. Sacred to the local Aboriginal people, the Anangu, these sandstone ‘bornhardts’ are the main features of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site.The group

Thursday, September 8th, 2011

GISproject Joins the OpenGeo Global Partner Network

GISproject LLC in alliance with OpenGeo will substantially improve customer service for Russian geospatial software users. GISproject will host training programs and has applied for approval to provide first line support for the OpenGeo Suite. Local support includes: installation, localization and configuration of the OpenGeo Suite. OpenGeo will continue to offer complete technical support for

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

Carrot City Creating Places for Urban Agriculture

CARROT CITY’s collection of ideas promotes sustainable and healthy food production, and suggests dozens of ways to reintroduce urban agriculture to our cities. This book provides actionable examples of how to integrate local crops into dense urban neighborhoods and “food deserts” for cities and citizens accustomed only to their food arriving from hundreds or thousands of

Sunday, August 28th, 2011

E-WAVE Project Explores the Wave Energy Potential in Cyprus

The aim of the E‐WAVE project is the development of an integrated, fully operational high resolution system for monitoring the energy potential from sea waves at the Exclusive Economical Zone (EEZ) of Cyprus and the wider eastern Levantine, coupled with the well established Cyprus Coastal Ocean Forecasting System (CYCOFOS). The new system will include :

Friday, August 12th, 2011

Facing Facts on North American Hydro

Hydropower has been a key renewable source of energy in the US, accounting for 61.58% of the total power generated from all renewable sources in 2009. It also dominated the US’ total installed capacity for renewable power with a share of nearly 66.32% in the same year. Meanwhile hydro’s cumulative installed capacity had reached 101,355MW

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

Province Supports Six Innovative Energy Projects

The successful projects were submitted by Cenovus Energy, EnCana Corporation, Laracina Energy, Pengrowth Corporation and PennWest Petroleum. The projects address a variety of research interests such as advancing production technologies to produce bitumen in reservoirs that are not yet commercial, better understanding of coalbed methane production and expansion of new enhanced oil and gas recovery

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