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  1. Why satellite imagery makes maps worse

    ... map is what I would call a shallow map. It's pretty thin on content, and thus pretty thin on “ah-ha” moments. On the other hand, a deep ...

  2. Seven climate heroes awarded $50,000

    ... Geiger, Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Geographic. "Our content is focused on uncovering and celebrating inspiring people and places in ...

  3. I'm a Lumberjack and I'm O.K.

    ... photos, he found over 22,000 shots with Canadian content. Who knew the Americans were so fascinated by us? Check out CBC's ...

  4. Crossing the Northwest Passage - Day 3

    ... will record water temperature, salinity levels, nutrient content and current direction over the course of 12 months. The machine is also ...

  5. Introducing Canadian Geographic's new senior editor

    ... My principle responsibility is the editorial content of the brand’s flagship magazine, for which I’d like to think I’m ...

  6. Open letter to Canada's Arctic chair from climate change group

    ... to decrease the costs and increase the nutritional content of available market food. 2. Recognize the impact of policy ...

  7. Throwback Thursday: a tradition of wolf covers

    ... To celebrate, we'll be looking back at some of our favourite content from the past 85 years. Each week we'll feature a different story, ...

  8. How Antarctic research is helping astronauts stay healthy

    ... speech rate and spectral analysis. I will be analyzing the content of the diaries and deriving quantitative measures of positive and ...

  9. Q&A with Chris Hadfield

    ... explorers, but the real difference is: at what point are you content with the answers to your own curiosity? How many hills do you need to ...

  10. Farming from space

    ... by high-tech combines that measure the moisture and protein content of grain as it is harvested, as well as the yield. If the system ... need is urgent. As Lafond points out, the native nitrogen content of Canadian prairie soils has been reduced by 40 percent since ...

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