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Posted on August 7th, 2018

Apollo News Snippets – August 2018

The June 2018 NOAA temperature percentile departure map shows warm to record warm late Spring/early summer months in the Northern Hemisphere with a pocket of record cold off Greenland.
  • It’s that time of the month for your update on the NOAA Global Climate report, and this time we look at a warm June 2018. And yes it’s the 402nd month above the 20th Century temperature average and the fifth warmest June on record. This month was characterized by record warmth across much of northwest Asia with a surprisingly closer-to-normal late fall/early winter in South America.
  • In July we reviewed the GIS resources of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and for this month, we move to the far north of our country for a review of Maine’s second largest city’s GIS, Lewiston. And while the GIS landing page is little more than a place holder, if you dig a bit deeper, you will find all of the features you might expect from a city GIS department: a robust webmap application, a text parcel search engine, a printable map gallery, and perhaps access to downloadable files by emailing the GIS team here (though that part is less clear).

Brock Adam McCarty
Map Wizard
(720) 470-7988
brock@apollomapping.com

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