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    NOAA's surfing drone captured footage inside Hurricane Sam

    Lurker
    By Lurker,
    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has shared what it says are the first images and video captured inside a hurricane by a surface drone. The agency placed the Saildrone Explorer SD 1045 in the path of the category-four Hurricane Sam. The saildrone overcame 50-foot waves and winds at speeds topping 120 miles per hour to capture data from the hurricane and offer a new perspective into such storms. The device has a special “hurricane wing” to help it survive the intense wind

    asking question about geopands

    zolfa
    By zolfa,
    hello how can i solve the problem of geopandas installation ? i can not install geopandas in anaconda  would  possible to help me ?

    Terrain Modification with road networks

    Birdfree
    By Birdfree,
    Hello, I am looking for a solution to merge elevation models with a road network. Basis is a elevation model and shape data of roads. Now I want to merge the roads with the elevation model to get flat roads in the elevation model. Do you know of any software that can do this? I have been searching for a while, but have not found a solution yet. So far I've been using Photoshop's blur to even out the color values a bit and at least get a decent result for large scales. But, the streets are sloped

    NTIA's interactive broadband map highlights the digital divide

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    By Lurker,
    The quality and cost of broadband remain issues for households across the US, and the Biden administration wants to draw attention to that unfortunate reality. The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) has published what it says is the first interactive public map detailing the "digital divide" in broadband access. You'll not only see areas where broadband speeds fall below official targets (25Mbps down and 3Mbps up), but correlate that with high-poverty areas. You ca

    Managing earthquakes triggered by oil production: Scientists demonstrate safer wastewater disposal method

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    By Lurker,
    When humans pump large volumes of fluid into the ground, they can set off potentially damaging earthquakes, depending on the underlying geology. This has been the case in certain oil- and gas-producing regions, where wastewater, often mixed with oil, is disposed of by injecting it back into the ground—a process that has triggered sizable seismic events in recent years. Now MIT researchers, working with an interdisciplinary team of scientists from industry and academia, have developed a meth

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