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Category Archives: Visualization
It is great to see resilience thinking spreading. The cooperative Cultivate Ireland has created a new video on community resilience for its ‘resilience month.’ The film uses surfing change as a metaphor for different aspects of resilience building. The video … Continue reading
Old sea ice, which had survived several summers, used to dominate the sea ice of the winter Arctic. However, today less than half of the sea ice at winter maximum has survived at least one summer. NOAA’s climatewatch has a … Continue reading
A great picture of the organic complexity of the Yukon River Delta from NASA EOS. They write: The Yukon River originates in British Columbia, Canada, and flows through Yukon Territory before entering Alaska. In southwestern Alaska, the Yukon Delta spreads … Continue reading
If Google Flu Trends can, why can’t we? The possibility to mine large amounts of individual reports and local news posted on the Internet as early warning signs of pending epidemic outbreaks has been a part of global epidemic governance … Continue reading
Erez Lieberman Aiden and Jean-Baptiste Michel discuss Google Labs’ NGram Viewer. In their TED talk what can you learn from 5 million books?
From Two thousand years in one chart | The Economist. SOME people recite history from above, recording the grand deeds of great men. Others tell history from below, arguing that one person’s life is just as much a part of … Continue reading
James Syvitski a geology professor at the University of Colorado created this 200-year compilation of dams built in the USA. He used it to illustrated his talk on the age of the human-shaped Earth at the Geological Society of London … Continue reading