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Do GIS pros need programming skills?

AAG SmartBrief | Aug 11, 2016

College graduates who complement their GIS knowledge with programming skills can be especially valuable to employers, said John Gabriel, co-owner of Alsea Geospatial. However, a recent analysis of 55 geography departments found that only 10% of GIS-focused undergraduate degrees require students to take programming courses. Directions Magazine (08/10)


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La.'s historic flooding could be a sign of things to come

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Study: Presumed route into Americas too barren for humans to cross

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"Food forests" sprouting up in US

AAG SmartBrief | Aug 18, 2016

Geography professor discusses diversity in the great outdoors

AAG SmartBrief | Aug 11, 2016

Mekong River dams raise concerns in Southeast Asia

AAG SmartBrief | Aug 11, 2016

Tectonic shifts throw off Australia's map coordinates

AAG SmartBrief | Aug 04, 2016


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