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May
11

Master Environmental Engineering with Powerful Solutions

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 Environmental engineering is a role unlike any other; it has spanned throughout human civilization and been responsible for some of its most remarkable feats. Today, the occupation remains just as integral to society, especially as the human population continues to grow and expand. While new challenges continue to arise, there is, fortunately...
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Apr
19

Empower Your Team with New Graphing Capabilities

If you work in a field where graphical data representation is as important as the data itself, such as oil & gas, hydrology, geology or construction, it's critical to have the largest possible toolbox at your disposal. For this reason, you would benefit greatly from taking stock of your current software and digital resources and asking yourself...
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Apr
12

How Better Software Can Win Customers

Whether it be through winning bids or B2B marketing, growing your customer base has always been a challenge. For many, after last year's events and their economic repercussions, it has become downright difficult. You and your team do great work, and you have produced great results, so why isn't securing new business a breeze? Your success may be hi...
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Jan
29

Tracking Glacier Thickness Changes with Grapher and Surfer

A volunteer effort funded by the Foundation for Glacier and Environmental Research in Seattle is using the Grapher and Surfer packages to visualize changes in ice thickness over time at the massive Juneau Icefield that straddles the Alaska-British Columbia border. The icefield, which contains 24 named glaciers, is an important source of fresh water...
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Aug
26

Archaeologist Uses Surfer to Visualize Maya Fortress Found with Airborne LiDAR

The ability of airborne LiDAR to 'see' through dense forest canopies and reveal long-hidden structures has revolutionized modern archaeology. Nowhere has the impact of laser scanners been more dramatic than the jungles of Guatemala where scientists are gaining new insights into the culture of the Maya people – with help from Surfer's 3D visualizati...
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