Knowing when and where how many people cycle would be valuable for many questions associated with bicycle research, planning and promotion. As I’ve already noted on several occasions, the data availability and quality is generally very poor in this context. For motorized traffic and public transportation networks, a whole lot of different traffic models and extensive […]
Whilst I’ve been off designing geology-themed holiday cards and working on other time-devouring things, other folks in the geoblogosphere have been doing some fascinating writing. I thought...
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For Buffalonians and others in the Great Lakes region, the snow just keeps on coming. And coming, and coming, and… Yesterday, some suburban areas of Buffalo got 60 inches or more, prompting the National Weather Service to Tweet that the area may have set a record for “highest 24hr snow in a populated area.” Time […]The post Stunning New Satellite Image of Brutal Lake Effect Snow appeared first on ImaGeo.