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DigitalGlobe CEO Jeffrey R. Tarr hosts a visit from Dr. Jane Goodall at DigitalGlobe’s headquarters.

British anthropologist Jane Goodall paid a visit to DigitalGlobe Inc.’s headquarters in Longmont, Colo., earlier this month for a private meeting to recognize DigitalGlobe’s continued contribution to the Jane Goodall Institute’s conservation efforts.

In 2007, she also visited DigitalGlobe when her institute began using the company’s high-resolution QuickBird satellite images to make conservation decisions. The images provided information about the status of chimpanzee habitats and where and how people use their land in Tanzania and the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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