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November 17, 2015

Exclusive New Title from East View Press Terrain Analysis of Syria and Lebanon

MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 17, 2015—East View Press announces the newest title in its Terrain Analysis series, theTerrain Analysis of Syria and Lebanon.Available in e-book and print, Terrain Analysis of Syria and Lebanon contains 47 color topographic maps supplemented with locally sourced reports on demographics, roads, terrain, soils, hydrology, vegetation and climate. "Terrain Analysis of Syria and Lebanonprovides simple

March 17, 2015

Syria’s Five-Year Conflict Marked by Darkness

A series of satellite images shows the growing effects of the Syrian conflict, which has already cost 200,000 lives and displaced at least one-third of the populace. A recent analysis of the nightlight imagery between March 2011 and today indicates 83 percent of the lights going dark in that time span.

December 13, 2014

Satellite Imagery Reveals Kobani Devastation

For more than a month, the northern Syrian city of Kobani has been at the heart of the struggle between Islamic State (ISIS) fighters and Kurdish defenders, who are battling to stop the region from falling into the hands of the militants. ISIS launched its first attack on the Syria-Turkey border town in September 2014

October 1, 2014

Assessing the Current Status of Syria’s World Heritage Sites

The American Association for the Advancement of Science is assessing the impact of Syria’s conflict on World Heritage Sites using satellite imagery.