Tag: Mining

Visualizing Climate Change and Environmental Disaster in Ontario

On 10 July, 1911, one of the deadliest forest fires in Ontario history ripped through the north, totally destroying the new gold rush community of Porcupine Lake. When it was all over, the blaze claimed seventy-three lives, burned over half

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Data Drudgery & Beautiful Betas: Mining Flow Maps Update

Previous posts on my Porcupine Gold Rush International Flow-Mapping project here: A Graduate Fellow Introduction Maps and Mining: Getting Data Out of ArcMap & the Beginning of Flow Mapping Part I: Data Drudgery I know that I am hardly the first

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