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Trends Newsletter | Spring 2022

Risk Science & Application To Be or Not to Be  WOTUS:  Tools

Spring 2022 | Geographic Information System (GIS) | by Kathleen A. Radloff, Ph.D.; Matthew J. Mayo, M.S., GISP, CPG, P.G.

Risk Science & Application To Be or Not to Be WOTUS: Tools

A holistic scientific assessment factoring in national- and regional-scale information and field observations plays a critical role in WOTUS determinations.

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Digitizing the Haystack:  Using AI-powered  Text Analytics

Spring 2022 | Geographic Information System (GIS) | by Shuo Zhao, M.S.; James W. Rice, Ph.D.

Digitizing the Haystack: Using AI-powered Text Analytics

Automated text analytics provide a powerful toolkit during potentially responsible party identification procedures.

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A View from Above: Assessing Exposure Variability with Imagery

Spring 2022 | Geographic Information System (GIS) | by Matthew J. Mayo, M.S., GISP, CPG, P.G.; Charlotte M. Marsh, M.S., CPPS

A View from Above: Assessing Exposure Variability with Imagery

A well-developed land classification model can accurately assess the risks associated with variable exposures to soil contamination.

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Teaming with The 300 Committee Land Trust to (Re)Map the Moraine Trail

Spring 2022 | Geographic Information System (GIS) | by Gradient

Teaming with The 300 Committee Land Trust to (Re)Map the Moraine Trail

Gradient provided The 300 Committee Land Trust with our GIS expertise to assist in the creation of updated maps for Cape Cod's Moraine Trail.

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What's New at Gradient

Spring 2022 | Geographic Information System (GIS) | by Gradient

What's New at Gradient

A listing of awards, announcements, recent publications and upcoming presentations.

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