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Why density is declining in US metro areas

AAG SmartBrief | Sep 15, 2016

Most new housing development has occurred in low-density areas since the 1940s, a new study states. Building in these areas may be easier for a number of reasons, but it has also led to increased sprawl since the 1950s. CityLab (09/14)


A state-by-state look at income inequality

AAG SmartBrief | Sep 08, 2016

Problem-solving is a key skill in GIS industry

AAG SmartBrief | Sep 08, 2016

Study tracks cities with dwindling populations

AAG SmartBrief | Sep 29, 2016

How bombings have changed the landscape of Laos

AAG SmartBrief | Sep 22, 2016

The geography of wealth

AAG SmartBrief | Sep 29, 2016

GIS used to map extent of La. flooding

AAG SmartBrief | Sep 01, 2016

Marine reserve near Hawaii to be world's largest

AAG SmartBrief | Sep 01, 2016

Kansas isn't as flat as you might think

AAG SmartBrief | Sep 22, 2016

Researchers find 2,100-year-old skeleton aboard shipwreck

AAG SmartBrief | Sep 22, 2016


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