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  • Firefighters Use GPS to Their Advantage – Conclusion

    Imagine trying to fight a raging forest fire without maps or knowing how much acreage is involved. Maps have long been important tools for firefighters and are now even more effective with the advent of GPS tracking. The old method was to fly over the fire, while sketching it out over topographic maps. The maps are crucial to show the location of the fire,...

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  • Firefighters Use GPS to Their Advantage – How GPS Fights Fires

    Imagine trying to fight a raging forest fire without maps or knowing how much acreage is involved. Maps have long been important tools for firefighters and are now even more effective with the advent of GPS tracking. The old method was to fly over the fire, while sketching it out over topographic maps. The maps are crucial to show the location of the fire,...

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  • Firefighters Use GPS to Their Advantage – Introduction

    Imagine trying to fight a raging forest fire without maps or knowing how much acreage is involved. Maps have long been important tools for firefighters and are now even more effective with the advent of GPS tracking. The old method was to fly over the fire, while sketching it out over topographic maps. The maps are crucial to show the location of the fire,...

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  • GPS Tracker Purposes

    Just about every smart phone on the market comes standard with a GPS device, and the same goes for many new vehicles. Many of these devices have helped vehicle and cell phone owners recover their stolen property. Anti-theft devices may not have been the first purpose in mind, while developing GPS technology, but it has certainly become a very effective way...

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  • Tracking Trees With GPS (That’s Right, Trees) – Conclusion

    For years we have been hearing about the use of GPS technology to track animals in their natural habitats in an effort to study their behavior and movement patterns. Such information helps biologists and ecologists know better how to protect and provide for the earth’s vast array of wildlife. But are we going too far when we start using GPS to track trees...

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