Women and GIS, Volume 2: Stars of Spatial Science

A ESRI acaba de publicar o livro Women and GIS, Volume 2: Stars of Spatial Science.

O livro apresenta 30 mulheres e a sua experiência no uso dos SIG, em diferentes áreas de atividade.

  A lista de conteúdos:



Temenoujka Bandrova, building on her love of drawing and math

Ashali Bhandari, planning for a more resilient India

Cecille Blake, growing GIS from the ground up in Jamaica

Janey Camp, improving communities inside and out

Nicole D. Franklin, furthering equity and social justice

Sophia Garcia, ensuring that every person counts

Valrie Grant, a vision for spreading the joys of geotechnology

Elizabeth Groff, using GIS to expand criminal justice policy

Tanya Harrison, bringing Mars to the masses

Grania Kelly, using art and science to create landscape stories

Amrita Lal, powering drones over the South Pacific

Kelsey Leonard, using tribal wisdom to care for water resources

Megan McCabe, leading the search for a lost airliner

Anne Hale Miglarese, bringing technology to the developing world

Catherine Nakalembe, empowering the people close to the land

Anita Palmer, advocating for students and the world

Olivia Powell, championing GIS in the police service

Rhiannan Price, fostering sustainable development

Barbara J. Ryan, promoting open data for everyone

Diana Sinton, connecting spatial thinkers to GIS

Hoáng Chi Smith, helping refugees tell their stories

Amy Steiger, piloting a career in the office and in the field

Eleanor Stokes, going where the big questions lead her

Hannah Trew, speaking out loud and clear in a unifying voice

Ingrid H. J. Vanden Berghe, Belgium’s “geo-broker” of GIS data

Verónica Vélez, fighting for social and racial justice in education

German Whitley, choosing her own GIS adventures

Chyana Lena Williams, bringing geo-business intelligence to Africa

Susan Wolfinbarger, shaping our understanding of global conflict

Rae Wynn-Grant, saving the bears and the wildlife


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