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    Landsat 7 End of Life Plans

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    On February 7, 2017, the twentieth and final inclination (Delta-I) maneuver of Landsat 7 took place. (Delta-I maneuvers keep the spacecraft in the correct orbital position to ensure it maintains its 10:00 am ± 15 minutes mean local time (MLT) equatorial crossing.)  Landsat 7 reached its peak outermost inclination boundary of 10:14:58 MLT on August 11, 2017. Landsat 7 is now drifting in its inclination and will fall back to 09:15 am MLT by July 2021. The chart below illustrates the inclinati

    Mapping Shows Africa Has Plenty of Groundwater

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    Many of Africa’s agricultural endeavors have long been tied to whims of the weather. When it rains, a country’s gross domestic product might soar. When it doesn’t rain, economies suffer. The reliance has been driven in part by the perception that dry, arid Africa has limited water resources. But a new study, years in the making, shows a different reality. As one South African scientist recently noted, if all the rainfall stopped today and for the next 100 years in Africa, there would still

    Rainfall becomes increasingly variable as climate warms

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    Classification of precipitation change regimes based on changes in the precipitation mean state and variability. Shading indicates the ratio of change in precipitation variability and mean precipitation. Climate models predict that rainfall variability over wet regions globally will be greatly enhanced by global warming, causing wide swings between dry and wet conditions, according to a joint study by the Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP) of the Chinese Academy of Science

    Earth's interior is swallowing up more carbon than thought

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    Scientists from Cambridge University and NTU Singapore have found that slow-motion collisions of tectonic plates drag more carbon into Earth's interior than previously thought. They found that the carbon drawn into Earth's interior at subduction zones—where tectonic plates collide and dive into Earth's interior—tends to stay locked away at depth, rather than resurfacing in the form of volcanic emissions. Their findings, published in Nature Communications, suggest that only about a thir

    Honeywell debuts MEMS sensor to help small sats navigate

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    Honeywell has unveiled a new rate sensor to help small satellites navigate increasingly crowded orbits above the Earth’s surface. The new micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS)-based product provides low cost and power consumption in a smaller size than previous Honeywell offerings, while maintaining high performance levels. It is suitable for customers building smaller and lower-cost satellites, according to Honeywell. Honeywell’s HG4934 space rate sensor is roughly the same size and weigh

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    • Unmanned Aerial Remote Sensing: UAS for Environmental Applications is an excellent resource for any practitioner utilising remote sensing and other geospatial technologies for environmental applications, such as conservation, research, and planning. Students and academics in information science, environment and natural resources, geosciences, and geography will likewise find this comprehensive book a useful and informative resource.                                  https://mega.nz/file/TJxUASrY#uWgJOmJ05WUmkTBOQUsCDZFO6x1Gwc81Nkk29QDSyi8  
    • really nice storymaps my friend, btw, what is your current licence for your arcgis storymaps? https://doc.arcgis.com/en/arcgis-storymaps/reference/licensing.htm  
    • Dear GIS users/colleagues, I have been learning how to use GIS and more specifically ArcGIS for more than a year (online course). I was able to build in my free time a portfolio of maps on topics which interest me or are related to my area of expertise. I displayed most of them in a StoryMap online, which I intend to use as my online portfolio to showcase my work to potential future employers. The only issue is that, my ArcGIS licence is expiring soon (end December/early Jan). I contacted ESRI and they confirm that I am definitely going to loose all my content, StoryMaps included. Here is the StoryMap link, it's public anyway ;) https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/51b554201f464aea842d201c0020d88d After a bit of research, I was able to find a way to copy a StoryMap from one account to another, with a Python script. I tested it from my main ArcGIS account to another trial account created for this (lasts only 21 days) -> I invite to see how simple and safe it is. https://youtu.be/8J6Be1l31nE My request is simple. I am looking for a gentle soul, with a licence, who would be kind enough to host my creation, so that it just remains there on the cloud, with a permanent link which is not going to get deleted, and for everyone to see if/when they desire. Thank you in advance for your help :) Julien
    • hei pjduplooy, no , I just want to know how the user experience and if any, difficulties or even advantages using this software, just personal opinion on this product  
    • Hi Lurker.  I have tried the version you shared, but I prefer the Docker version to be honest.  What help are you looking for?  Or what do you want to know?
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