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Domain Records Lookup API
Domain-Records-Lookup.com, June 2016
New York Public Library MapWarper API
NYPL MapWarper GitHub Repository, May 2016
Pathover API (in progress)
Pathover, April 2017
bGeigie Nano Kit Assembly and Operations Manuals
KitHub, May 2017
Safecast Air Assembly and Operations Manuals
KitHub, March 2017
Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)
Encyclopedia of WordPress, Reston Tech Wiz, November 2016
Introducing Solid Share for Free Collaborative 3D Design
SolidFace Technology, Inc., July 20, 2015
Renewable power likely at OZ Mineral's Carrapateena copper mine
Energy and Mines, March 14, 2017
Goldcorp Ditches Diesel to Electrify Borden Mine
Energy and Mines, December 15, 2016
Mines Explore Modular and Movable Solar Systems
Energy and Mines, December 16, 2016
Import Tracks from Dropbox (Video)
Gaia GPS Blog, November 4, 2016
Map Your World with OpenStreetMap
Gaia GPS Blog, August 24, 2015
Use Your GPS Tracks to Update OpenStreetMap
Gaia GPS Blog, September 14, 2015
Creating Story Maps and Geographic Resumes
University of Arkansas Library Guide, 2014
Making Maps for Campus Collaborations
Presented at the 6th International Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries Conference, Istanbul, May 29, 2014
Introduction to ArcGIS
University of Arkansas’ GIS Day, Fayetteville, 2013
Elon Musk's Complete Master Plan
Solar Tribune, June 1, 2017
The Past and Future of Battery Storage
Solar Tribune, May 22, 2017
Renewables Developments in Alberta and Saskatchewan: Market Updates and Perspectives
Canadian Clean Energy Conferences, March 29, 2017
Choosing the Best Solar Company for You
Solar Tribune, February 2017
10 Must-Try Tools If You Love Freelance Writing (Bonus: Most Are Free!)
The Write Life, February 2, 2017
Earth Facts, February 19, 2016
Earth Facts, February 15, 2016
Iranian Oil Stockpiles to Flood Market Amid Languishing Prices and Rig Count (archived version)
Entelligent, January 25, 2016
Oil and Gas Development May Pose New Hazard to Water Quality in Arid Lands
Earth Island Journal Online, January 4, 2016
Earth Facts, December 30, 2015
Io: The Volcano Moon
Earth Facts, November 7, 2015
Investor Alert: Thawing Arctic shipping routes teeming with opportunities for investors
Entelligent, November 4, 2015
Earth Facts, October 26, 2015
Earth Facts, October 12, 2015
A new type of carbon capture is gaining ground: What investors need to know
Entelligent, September 22, 2015
Climate Crisis: How investors and the Internet of Things can help solve it
Entelligent, September 18, 2015
The Risks and Opportunities of Unavoidable Sea Level Rise
Global sea levels will rise by an average of at least three feet over the next 100-200 years, NASA says.
Entelligent, September 1, 2015
Food is Free in a City Near You
Civil Eats, August 28, 2015
Oil stocks and rig count: What you need to know
Entelligent, August 19, 2015
ASME AM3D: Why Everything You Take for Granted about Manufacturing Is Wrong
American Society for Mechanical Engineers, July 9, 2015
Can We 3D Print our Way to Sustainability?
Earth Island Journal Online, January 29, 2015
3D-Printed Architecture in Amsterdam Could Usher in a Future of Affordable Cities
Next City, December 23, 2014
How 5th Graders Are Learning To Monitor Their Air Quality
KitHub Blog, March 21, 2017
Introducing ZonePDF, a Better Way to Manage Your PDFs
ZonePDF Blog, December 7, 2016
Fixed Rate or Index Rate: Which is Best for Your Energy Plan?
Incite Energy Blog, October 6, 2016
Create a Route Anywhere with Hybrid Routing
Gaia GPS Blog, November 3, 2016
Updated Public Lands in Gaia GPS
Gaia GPS Blog, September 26, 2016
Updated Hunt Boundaries in Gaia GPS
Gaia GPS Blog, September 21, 2016
Gaia GPS and China's GPS Restrictions
Gaia GPS Blog, February 8, 2016
How to Read a Topo Map
Gaia GPS Blog, November 16, 2015
How to Raise an “Undefinable” STEM Superstar Like 13-Year-Old Programmer Keila Banks
It's About Time, September 14, 2015
Map Your World with OpenStreetMap
Gaia GPS Blog, August 24, 2015
Engineers Without Borders: Adding Social Causes to STEM Learning
It's About Time, July 29, 2015
Science Teachers, If You Could Do a Unit on ANYTHING, What Would It Be?
It's About Time, June 11, 2015
Battles of the Bots: Hands-on STEM is the Newest School Sport!
It's About Time, June 8, 2015
Can 3D Model Simulation Save Your Business Time and Money?
American Society for Mechanical Engineers, July 21, 2015
Simulation guru Dr. Brent Stucker discusses how sophisticated simulations will make additive manufacturing much easier.
ASME AM3D Speaker Spotlight: Don Godfrey, Honeywell Aerospace
American Society for Mechanical Engineers, May 18, 2015
Honeywell's additive manufacturing expert discusses how AM is taking off in aerospace, despite loose ends.
"Highlights for Librarians from the 2012 Esri User Conference." Base Line 33, no. 6 (December 2012): 15.
This newsletter article summarizes the 2012 Esri User Conference from a map librarian's perspective. It discusses Esri's mapping software tools, techniques, and enhancements of interest to other map librarians, such as new metadata quality tools, new ways to create map indices, and data sharing enhancements.
Dougherty, Kate. "Reviews of Science for Science Librarians: Boning Up on Flores Man." Science & Technology Libraries 33, no. 3 (July 2014): 261-279.
In 2003, a team of anthropologists made the shocking discovery of some very unusual skeletal remains at a cave on the island of Flores, Indonesia. The team had discovered a group of tiny bipedal human-like hominins who survived on Flores until very recently, overlapping with modern humans. This new hominin has been dubbed Homo floresiensis, and nicknamed “hobbit” due to its diminutive stature. The purpose of this article is to acquaint readers with our small relatives, review the current state of knowledge about them, and identify the top databases, journals, monographs, and other resources providing coverage of this topic.
Dougherty, Kate. "The Direction of Geography LibGuides." Journal of Map & Geography Libraries 9, no. 3 (September 2013): 259-275.
This paper provides an overview of the resources most frequently recommended by a representative sample of 40 geography research guides. It includes information on the top books, journals, websites and cartographic resources found, as well as the representation of cartographic citation information.
Dougherty, Kate. "Getting to the Core of Geology LibGuides." Science & Technology Libraries 32, no. 2 (May 2013): 145-159.
This paper examines geology LibGuides from forty different U.S. academic institutions. It includes schools granting master's degrees, bachelor's degrees, and associate's degrees, as well as some offering geology courses only. Data on LibGuide structure, as well as databases, books, journals, websites, cartographic resources and instructional videos recommended within these LibGuides, are presented. Subtopics of geology covered by LibGuide pages and linked resources are also presented.
Dougherty, Kate. "A Louisiana Librarian’s Geo-Outreach for the Gulf." Louisiana Libraries 74, no. 4 (Spring 2012): 28-33.
This article presents an outreach project involving data discovery services for the Gulf Restoration Network, a nonprofit environmental organization based in New Orleans, Louisiana. It discusses the processes and resources used to gather geographic data on environmental degradation in the Gulf of Mexico, including the LOSCO Data Catalog, LouisianaMap, and other geographic resources.