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The Edinburgh Tram Depot and Control Room Tour

The Edinburgh Tram Depot and Control Room Tour

18th March 2019

On 13 February 2019, members of the Association for Geographic Information were invited to visit the Edinburgh Tram depot and control room.

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OceanWise, in collaboration with Marico Marine, are to deliver a new environmental monitoring system to the Port of Dover

11th March 2019

OceanWise, in collaboration with Marico Marine, are to deliver a new environmental monitoring system to the Port of Dover

Marico Marine and OceanWise will collaborate on this auspicious project, bringing together both companies’ unique expertise.

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First national maps of pesticide and fertiliser use

6th March 2019

First national maps of pesticide and fertiliser use

Innovative new datasets, estimating the amount of pesticides and fertilisers used in each 1km square in England annually, have been produced by the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology.

The data will provide researchers, water companies and policy-makers with more information on the likely extent of pesticide and fertiliser use across landscapes so they can work with the agricultural industry to develop more sustainable farming methods, including greater efficiency in agrochemical application.

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thinkWhere Helps Atholl Estates Transition to Open-Source GIS

6th March 2019

thinkWhere Helps Atholl Estates Transition to Open-Source GIS

thinkWhere is helping one of Scotland’s best known Highland estates realise the benefits of open-source desktop mapping software. Originally introduced to support the process of land registration, Atholl Estates is now using the QGIS solution to create, store, analyse and share a wide range of spatially referenced data. Applications of the free to use software include farming, habitat assessment and utilities and infrastructure management, for example.

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