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Blog Entry ENVI and IDL
This is a combined suite of ENVI and IDL. ENVI allows you to extract information from geospatial imagery. Interactive Data Language (IDL) is a programming language used for data analysis.
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Blog Entry ERDAS Imagine
ERDAS Imagine is a collection of tools designed to process and interpret geographic imagery, with tools such as advanced remote sensing analysis and spatial modelling.
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Blog Entry MICROMINE
MICROMINE is a program to capture, manage and interpret critical mining and exploration data.
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Blog Entry RocScience Suite
RocScience is a geotechnical program for rock and soil analysis.
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Blog Entry DNRGPS
DNRGPS and its predecessor were built to transfer data between Garmin handheld GPS receivers and GIS software.
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Blog Entry Tiny fossils hold answers to big questions on climate change in the Antarctic
A new study reveals a unique 12,000 year record of marine algae fossils that may hold clues about past climate change.
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Blog Entry Plastic is now part of our planet’s fabric – a scientist and archaeologist discuss what happens next
In an article for The Conversation, Honorary Research Fellow Matt Edgeworth contributes to a discussion on the impact of plastics on the future the planet
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Blog Entry What do Post Doctoral Researchers do all day?
Find out at www.TetrapodWorld.com, a new research blog by Post Doc Carys Bennett.
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Blog Entry ArcGIS Pro
ArcGIS Pro supports data visualisation, advanced analysis and authoritative data maintenance in both 2D and 3D.
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