FW: [NNIPNews] Free Webinar on Google Earth applications
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> FYI- though the context is situated around applications to groundwater
> and water wells, the webinar will explore how Google Earth can be used
> by public sector personnel such as sanitarians, local health
> policymakers and regulators. The Webinar also will demonstrate how
> Google Earth can be used to plot and view data in a spatial context for
> work and public information purposes. With that in mind, here is the
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> Cc: Jennifer Li
> Subject: Free Webinar on Google Earth applications to groundwater and
> water wells
> National Ground Water Association (NGWA) offers free Webinar on Google
> Earth applications to groundwater and water wells
> The National Ground Water Association is offering a free Webinar on
> March 10 for public- and private-sector audiences about applications of
> Google Earth to groundwater and water well objectives.
> The one-hour Webinar, which begins at 2 p.m. Eastern Time, will include
> a 30-minute presentation followed by a question-and-answer period.
> The presentation will explore how Google Earth can be used by public
> sector personnel such as sanitarians, local health policymakers and
> regulators. The Webinar also will demonstrate how Google Earth can be
> used to plot and view data in a spatial context for work and public
> information purposes.
> To enroll, email Barbette Howell at
> bhowell@...<mailto:bhowell@...> and put “Google Earth” in the
> subject line.
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