D/M/S is a conversation series that will leave you buzzing with curiosity about the intersection of mapmaking and history. In each episode we open a window onto the world of historical GIS work: from the puzzles to the solutions, from the patterns to the (often juicy) idiosyncrasies.
In this episode we explore how – and why – the United States Navy mapped ice in the Black Sea during World War II. If you don’t think of ice as terribly dramatic, think again: this is a story about shipwreck, climate, and congressional hearings. Join Kelly at noon!
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