1. Camp Nou, FC Barcelona Capacity: 99,354. The stadium us home of FC Barcelona team and it is Europe’s largest football stadium. It has been open in 1957 and in has been renewed for 1989 European Cup final, as well as 1999 Champions League final. 2. Santiago Bernabeu, Real Madrid Capacity: 85,454. Stadium of Real Madrid and Spanish national team. Originally opened in […]
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The Gulf of Mexico is a geology enthusiast’s dream. Its dynamic seafloor is speckled with domes, canyons, channels, pockmarks, mud volcanoes and sediment waves. The movement of salt deposits from almost 200 million years ago makes sure that even today the terrain is always in a state of flux. A just-released 1.4 billion pixel bathymetric […]
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A lot of industries utilize large raster data, usually obtained by aerial photography/drone mapping and satellite imagery. After the imagery is processed, the biggest challenge with large raster files becomes utilizing the data and sharing it with clients, colleagues and other organizations. This is often the case in the drone mapping business, where the great […]
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How fragmented approvals and infrastructure favor petrochemical development By Leann Leiter and Lisa Graves-Marcucci Let’s think back to 2009, when oil and gas companies like Range Resources began drilling the northeast shale plays in earnest. Picture the various stages involved in drilling – such as leasing of land, clearing of trees, boring of wells, siting […]