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Oklahoma Tornadoes Underscore Importance of GIS in Disaster Recovery Efforts

July 30, 2013

Oklahoma Tornadoes Underscore Importance of GIS in Disaster Recovery Efforts

AURORA, Colo., July 29, 2013—The massive damage from a record-breaking tornado, which swept across Moore, Okla. on May 20, is a stark reminder of how deadly and capricious nature can be. But those who learn geographic information systems (GIS) can take a little solace in one thought: the ways they use technology can greatly help