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"A Podcast For The Geospatial Community"

The MapScaping Podcast is a weekly podcast featuring interesting people doing amazing work in the geospatial world. 

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Behind The Mic

DANIEL O'DONOHUE

PODCAST HOST AND GEOSPATIAL EVANGELIST

NINA O'DONOHUE

MARKETING AND STRATEGY

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A PODCAST FOR THE GEOSPATIAL COMMUNITY

No long rambling introductions,  we are not here to talk about the weather.

We interview experts and feature people that will help you learn more about GIS, geospatial, remote sensing and earth observation. 

If you want to say up-to-date with the latest technology and what is happening in the geospatial industry, then this is the podcast for you.

Latest episodes

I Quit My Job

After 12 years of working as a GIS specialist / Consultant, I quit and I am ready to move on.    Looking back at the last 12 years if I could...

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Monitoring Atmospheric Pollution From Space

It turns out that monitoring atmospheric pollution from space is really hard! But if you can do it will help you understand air quality, solar energy, ozone Layer and...

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Hex Tiles

The problem of unification: Spatial data comes in many different sizes, shapes, and formats making it a difficult and time-consuming process to join data for visualization, exploration, and analysis. Enter...

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The Business of Web Maps

This is a story about a hobby project called Scribble Maps that grew into business… but it's also a story about the opportunities and challenges of creating geospatial tools...

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Finding Water Leaks From Space

This is a story about finding water on Mars and adapting the technology to look for leaking pipes underground here on earth ... but in this story, we don't...

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How To Keep Your Satellite Pointing At Earth

It turns out that satellites are not as passive as you might think, and in the case of earth observation satellites it's not easy to keep them pointing at...

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