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Women in GIS : mapping their paths to success

Author: Esri Press,
Publisher: Redlands, Calif. : Esri Press, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats

Women greatly enrich science, leading research and directing decisions across myriad applications. Women and GIS: Mapping Their Stories reveals how ordinary girls become extraordinary women,  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Biographies
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Women in GIS.
Redlands, Calif. : Esri Press, 2018
(DLC) 2018038546
Material Type: Biography, Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Esri Press,
ISBN: 158948567X 9781589485679 9781589485297 1589485297
OCLC Number: 1090188771
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 215 pages :) color illustrations, color maps, color portraits
Contents: ContentsForewordPrefaceCatherine Ball, rising high with 'drones for good'Ranu Basu, seeking human interconnectedness on a global scaleDeirdre Bishop, keeping track of the censusPaulette Brown-Hinds, bringing community awareness to life Molly Burhans, turning landownership into land stewardshipKate Chapman, open to helping others benefit from technologyWan-Hwa Cheng, green sea turtles the apple of her eyeSylvia A. Earle, Her Deepness works to save the oceanShoreh Elhami, a life of service and volunteerism to the greater communityKaren E. Firehock, connecting people to green infrastructureKass Green, providing the big picture on natural resourcesKristen Kurland, the heart of a giving teacherNancy La Vigne, using quantitative research to tip the scales of justiceWangari Maathai, the power of one little hummingbirdHolley Moyes, archaeologist explores Maya ritual cavesNatalia Ocampo-Penuela, on the wings of conservation ecologyMiriam Olivares, mentoring from Mexico to YaleBreece Robertson, protecting what she holds dearElena Shevchenko, forging an international bond in tense timesMary Spence, a cartographer worthy of queen's honorsKathryn D. Sullivan, meeting the challenge, from NASA to NOAA-and beyondNancy Tosta, setting standards and seeking consensusMadison Vorva, taking her seat at the tableAcknowledgments
Responsibility: written by Ersi Press.


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"All of us have our own stories to tell; how and where we started, our accomplishments, our challenges, our most successful dreams realized. This book tells us how we can use maps, analysis and Read more...

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