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Conservationists are adopting crowdsourcing methods used by the intelligence and GIS communities to gather data on wildlife crime.

By Kristin Quinn • 2014 issue 3

By Melanie D.G. Kaplan • 2014 issue 3

By Matt Alderton • 2014 issue 3

The U.S. Geological Survey has a long history of keeping a close eye on our changing planet—using both unclassified and classified imagery.

By Melanie D.G. Kaplan • 2014 issue 3

Observations about the recent Trajectory survey data

By Keith J. Masback • 2014 issue 3

SmallSat pioneers Skybox Imaging wants to change the way people view the world

2014 issue 3

The Naval Postgraduate School’s CORE Lab eschews theory for real-world pragmatism

By Jim Hodges • 2014 issue 3

Can Intelligence Community tools and practices help stop poaching in Africa?

By Kristin Quinn • 2014 issue 3

Looking toward an immersive future to help manage Big Data

By Lindsay Tilton Mitchell • 2014 issue 3

Fueled by open-source software and crowdsourcing, the crisis mapping community is rapidly expanding.

By Matt Alderton • 2014 issue 3

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