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New Tool to Evaluate Peatland Sensitivity

Scientists at The University of Nottingham are using radar waves as part of a new tool developed to evaluate peatland sensitivity to global climate change.

The new method is based upon an Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) technique that uses radar waves to measure vertical land surface motion. It is being utilised...

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Fugro surveys to locate buried utilities

Dating from 1917, RAF Duxford in Cambridgeshire grew during two world wars into an important fighter air station, famed for its role during the Battle of Britain in 1940. Though it ceased to be a RAF station in 1961, the 60-hectare site still bustles with activity today as an historic airfield and one of the...

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GEO Business and Class of Your Own launch GEO Careers

It would seem there is little understanding of professions within the built environment and few young people aspire to a career in this important sector of the British and global economy. It is with this serious skills shortage in mind that the organisers of GEO Business 2017 are delighted to announce the launch of a...

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New “cross-usage” tablet Fieldbook

Logic Instrument, manufacturer of rugged mobile computers, extends its range of professional Fieldbook tablets with a new model that combines ruggedness, lightweight and unique functionalities offering multiple uses in industrial environments. Its 12.2-inch format ensures great display comfort that is vital for specialists in the fields of automation, automotive, construction or service technicians...

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