- It’s time for our June tech review which is clearly my favorite part of writing this article each month!
Is it possible to generate heat from the body’s own electrical currents using a wood membrane?
Moldable wings that can change configurations in flight could increase airplane fuel efficiency.
New yeast strain is over 15% more efficient at converting biomass to ethanol.
Solar and wood combine to produce low-cost, off-the-grid drinking water.
Caffeine can super charge your morning, now it might do the same to low-cost solar panels!
- The April 2019 NOAA Global Climate Change report is out and the news is as you might expect: it was hot, really hot! April 2019 is the second warmest April on record since 1880, second only to April 2016; and then ties September 2015 as the 11th warmest month ever. As the evidence continues to stack up that the time is now to fight global climate change, the Trump administration chases visions of ‘evil’ immigrants, sad…
- Did you know June 3rd is National Donut day?! In honor of this very tasty holiday, my Google search of the month was, “GIS and donuts.” If you check out the results of the search you might find this interesting paper on the location of Dunkin Donuts and Starbucks as related to local demographic trends. Check out the graphs at the end to see the results of Michael Walters’ GIS analysis!
- Last month we were in Nevada and for the June review of the second largest city’s online GIS resources we travel about as far east as you can go to Nashua, Connecticut!
Nashua, CT GIS Website
Nashua, CT GIS Contacts (check out the left sidebar)
Nashua, CT GIS Web Map (check out the Quick Maps icon to the top and right for more map options)
Nashua, CT GIS Map Collections
Nashua, CT GIS Direct Downloads
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