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On the Cutting Edge of Emergency Management

June 12, 2012

On the Cutting Edge of Emergency Management

  The U.S. Geological Survey’s Emergency Operations Office gives emergency managers fast access to critical satellite imagery. By Kevin P. Corbley, principal, Corbley Communications (www.corbleycommunications.com), Castle Rock, Colo., and John Stenmark, principal, Genesee Communications (www.geneseecomms.com), Golden, Colo.   The use of geographic information system (GIS) technology is gaining widespread acceptance in the disaster response and