Posted by: Bridget Conneely
Given the importance of maps for understanding and communicating data, CartoDB has enabled a diverse set of biodiversity and conservation use-cases. In this webinar, Andrew Hill will highlight some of those use-cases, discussing the technology and methodology used by their creators. For viewers unfamiliar with CartoDB, we will also spend some of the time introducing the platform and what it enables. He will also discuss some relevant initiatives to the SCGIS program, including the CartoDB student and educator plans and its grants program for non-profits. No matter where your interests lie, if you love beautiful maps about our world, this webinar is for you.
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Title: Amazing uses of CartoDB for Biodiversity and Conservation
Date: Thursday, February 5, 2015
Time: 9:00 AM - 9:45 AM PST
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