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Turbulence in Geography

From Chaos we can derive order – If somewhat complex in its nature. When dabbling with chaos theory and its complexity, a simple geographer like me can quickly turn and run back to my roots: finding a peaceful riverside spot where I can measure the river’s velocity using just a pole and oranges all to reassure myself that the world is quite normal and simple to assess.

New Training Courses for 2017

Sterling Geo’s new training courses for 2017 are ready to go! Our Certified Trainers have been busy throughout September creating two new courses ready for our pre-conference Training Day at Hothorpe Hall on 11 December. FME in an Interconnected World and Get up and Go with Sentinel-1 in ERDAS IMAGINE. These will introduce you to the latest functionality in FME and ERDAS IMAGINE.

Ordnance Survey MasterMap Topography Layer Upgrade

Early last year, it was announced that Ordnance Survey would be upgrading their flagship mapping product, OS MasterMap Topography layer, to offer not only better styling options, but also newly enriched content.

It's Here: Sterling Geo Conference 2017

It’s back to school and time to develop your understanding and knowledge of the geospatial world. What better way to enhance your skills than by joining us at Sterling Geo Conference 2017, 11-13 December at Hothorpe Hall.

Chaos: Geographers and The Butterfly Effect

In chaos theory, the Butterfly Effect is the sensitive dependence on initial conditions in which a small change in one state of a deterministic non-linear system can result in large differences in a later state.

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