In wake of the deadly earthquakes in Nepal, GIS program coordinators at DSU says volunteers are needed to assist with the creation of maps

The Center for Interdisciplinary Geospatial Information Technologies lab is offering a brief training, food and drink as the map-making process continues through Friday. Thousands are dead after the quakes devastated large stretches of the region. The maps made on the Cleveland campus will be used by the international response community effort as the U.S. provides resources to accompany urban search and rescue teams.


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