Daily Archives: October 18, 2012

Concept of Cycle of Erosion(Davision Concept)

The cycle of erosion was a model for stream erosion and landscape development proposed by William Morris Davis in the late 19th century. Davis’ Stages in the fluvial cycle of erosion published in 1909 defined a young, mature, and old … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Open Geography:
The following are my reflections following attendance at this year’s geographical intelligence (GEOINT) conference in Orlando, FL. If you ask me to identify this year’s key terms in the GEOINT sector, I would identify the…

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ISRO’s Road Map :Moon, Mars and, 56 other Missions and Navigation System in Next Five Years

ISRO plans to launch 58 space missions, including sending spacecraft to moon and Mars, an exclusive satellite to keep a round-the-clock watch on the country and deploy 500 transponders in the next five years. It also aims to deploy its … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Open Geography:
Two recent events have got me thinking about transparency. Particularly whether demands for transparency of process, coupled with oversight, are sufficient to ensure good practice. The proximate cause of these thoughts was Sarah Elwood’s excellent…

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