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Laser radar image of 2010 Mexicali earthquake released

Tuesday, February 14th, 2012

Released by an international team of scientists is a laser-radar image of the area surrounding the site of a Magnitude 7.2 earthquake that occurred in Mexicali, Mexico, in 2010. The laser radar technique can spot surface changes of just a few centimetres; in this image the blue represents a post-quake reduction in height and red indicates an increase.


Laser radar image of Mexicali, Mexico earthquake, 2010


Top GISCafe Today blog posts for 2010

Monday, January 3rd, 2011

ABI Research report says Wi-Fi location will overshadow all other location technologies.

Q&A session with Carl Bass.

OpenStreetMap founder now principal architect for Bing Mobile

Black Friday shopping geo news

Esri’s MyPlaceHistory app

3D printed street maps for the blind

Bentley press briefing

“Big Island” GIS mapping and analysis tool to pinpoint landslide hazards

Azavea to use Phase 1 SBIR funds to develop OpenTreeMap

Geolocation services help small businesses find customers

GPS-stamped photos aid in Gulf oil spill cleanup

Google Labs launches Fusion Tables

5 top features in new ERDAS 2010.10.1 release

Cintiq 21UX multitouch tablet from Wacom

Textron - Countless CAD add-ons, plug-ins and more.

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