What’s happenin’ cap’n? Good question! We have a ton of new features coming down the line for Map Mavin. Currently, the platform serves as a view-only tool for your mapping data. Targeting user who need to share their mapping … Read more
In September of 2013 one of the worst floods in Colorado history hit the Front Range region with devastating force. Caused by the clash between a slow-moving cold front and warm humid monsoonal air from the South, the subsequent flooding … Read more
In this month’s Map Mavin Case Study, I’ll be using publicly available datasets to note differences in normal surface water levels and water levels during extreme flooding in the City of Boulder, Colorado.
In the fall of 2013 the City … Read more
With the recent flooding events that swept the western United States, a lot of attention has turned towards assessing flood-related damages in order to assign and focus relief efforts, and towards mitigating future damages by identifying and fortifying high-risk regions. … Read more
This month’s technology focus is on advances in wind power, one of the most widely-used renewable energy sources:
Many people are concerned that wind farms take a high toll on our avian populations, however this study suggests that these dips … Read more
In this monthly feature, we span the globe to examine Our Changing Landscape with time series of medium resolution RapidEye satellite imagery. The RapidEye archive dates back to late 2008 and already contains more than 4 billion square kilometers of … Read more