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Chernobyl Radiation Zones
Interesting Things, Radiator Level, Radiator Maps, 1996 Maps, Belarus Ukraine, Maps 1996, Interesting Maps, Chernobyl Radiator, Radiator Zone
Chernobyl radiation map 1996
1996 #map of the #Chernobyl radiation zones, originally from CIA Factbook #russia #belarus #ukraine
Chernobyl_radiation_map_1996.svg.png. Map of radiation levels in 1996 around Chernobyl
Distribution of Races
Muted Colors, Austria Hungary, Jewish Life, Historical Geography, Old Maps, Historical Timeline, Guest Book, Interesting Maps, Geography Geek
Guest book idea
Austria Hungary 1911
Darwinist, Clanker, Neutral
Art Nouveau, World Wars I, For The Future, World History, Book, Mixed Media, World Maps, Steampunk, Keith Thompson
World Map Remakes
Steampunk Concepts : For the Future, Look to Yesterday | The Pennington Edition
Mixed Media Illustration by Keith Thompson
Caricature Map of Europe 1914. A political caricature map depicting different nations in the alternate world history of the book Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld.
Fabulous allegorical map by Keith Thompson for Scott Westerfeld's book, Leviathan. A steampunk revision of World War I... Clankers vs. Darwinists. So inventive!
Amazing Art Nouveau fantasy illustration by Keith Thompson of a map of Europe made using caricature faces
Design Inspiration, White Spaces, Design Projects, Empire States, Posters Design, Graphics Design, Maxim Quoilin, Avant-Garde, Forefront
avantgarde poster design, empire state // Maxime Quoilin
Graphic design inspiration blog — Designspiration
Empire State, Avant Garde, Maxime Quoilin
beautiful white space
A set of four printed artworks using the same tone, effect, and elements. This brilliant design project was created by graphic designer Maxime Quolin from Belgium as a milestone project to showcase his step forward as a graphic designer and #Graphic Design| http://graphicdesigncollections.blogspot.com
Cool Graphic Design on the Internet, avantgarde. #graphicdesign #poster @ http://www.pinterest.com/alfredchong/graphic-design/
Chevalier #map of #SanFrancisco (1912)
Imus map of the United States of America. The iconic map.
Wall Art, Essential Geography, David Imus, North America, Wall Maps, Living Room Wall, World Maps, Usa Maps, United States
Imus Geographic map to join the National Geographic world map for ponderable wall art...
The Best American Wall Map: David Imus
The Essential Geography of the United States of America, by David Imus. Selected best new map in North America for 2010 by the Cartography and Geographic Information Society (CaGIS). 1:4,000,000 scale. $40.
This is THE best USA map. I love the detail and it would be perfect wall art to pin all the places I've been... or that I want to visit...
amazing map that i want for my living room wall.
Earth at night.
Wikipedia Search, Geotag Wikipedia, Wikipedia Articles, Wikipedia Density, Wikipedia Entry, Maps Latitude, Density Maps
Wikipedia Density Map (latitude & longitude points of locations in articles)
Concentration of geotagged wikipedia articles - all languages - logarithmic scale.
Density map re: Wikipedia searches that are related to a location
Wikipedia entries focused on locations have latitudinal and longitudinal coordinates in the upper right. Someone took all those points and plotted them into this awesome density map.
Father'S Day Gifts, Valentine Day Gift, Typography Poster, Rustic Style, Ohio State, Housewarming Gifts, Vintage Style, Christmas Gifts, Birthday Gifts
Christmas gift for him Cities of WISCONSIN State Housewarming Gift Unique Vintage Style Typography Poster birthday gift for him, modern room on Etsy, $16.00
Valentines Day Gift Unique housewarming gift Cities of OHIO State Map Unique Typography Print Father's Day gift for him modern room print
Rustic style room decor. NEVADA state Unique Typography Poster Birthday gift for him husband Football fan housewarming on Etsy, $16.00
Forests, East Coast, Nature, Maps, Green, Trees, Interesting, Earth, United States
Trees are one of Earth’s largest banks for storing the carbon that gets emitted by natural processes and human activities. Forests cover about 30 percent.
NASA posted a map detailing the “Aboveground Woody Biomass” in the continental United States (in other words, trees). Josef Kellndorfer and Wayne Walker of the Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC) recently worked with colleagues at the U.S. Forest Service and U.S. Geological Survey to create such an inventory for the United States. The map above was built from the National Biomass and Carbon Dataset (NBCD), released in 2011. It depicts the concentration of biomass—a measure of the amount of organic carbon—stored in the trunks, limbs, and leaves of trees. The darkest greens reveal the areas with the densest, tallest, and most robust forest growth. Over six years, researchers assembled the national forest map from space-based radar, satellite sensors, computer models, and a massive amount of ground-based data. It is possibly the highest resolution and most detailed view of forest structure and carbon storage ever assembled for any country. Forests in the U.S. were mapped down to a scale of 30 meters, or roughly 10 computer display pixels for every hectare of land (4 pixels per acre). They divided the country into 66 mapping zones and ended up mapping 265 million segments of the American land surface. Kellndorfer estimates that their mapping database includes measurements of about five million trees.
The East and West coast of the United States is loaded with trees, but if you take a good look at a recently developed NASA Earth Observatory map, you’ll see that we have a ton of catching up to do to be as green as we once were three decades ago. Modern U.S. green tree coverage definitely is less than ideal.
NASA image of trees in the US. Really interesting that the "urban" east coast has all the green on the map
Design Inspiration, Artists Ross, Ross Racine, Geometric Pattern, Suburban Landscapes, York Artists, Aerial View, Believe Suburban, American Suburbs
Almost believable suburban landscapes by Ross Racine.
Heavenly Heights, 2008 by Ross Racine [New York artist Ross Racine creates aerial views of fictional suburbs, examining the relation between design and actual lived experience. No photographs or scanned images are used in the pieces above. Each was drawn freehand directly on the computer and then printed on an inkjet printer.]
Artist Ross Racine draws aerial views of imaginary suburbs that blur the lines between reality and whimsy. The drawings borrow from real world examples of the sprawling suburbias so visible from any Google Map and create intense magnifications of the geometric patterns we see. Both fantastic and oddly dystopic at the same time, the images seem to belie a sense disorientation through disorder-by-order. Driving through any American suburb, this feeling may be well familiar.