Geospatial data crucial as world population approaches 7 billion

10/25/2011 | GigaOm

As the world population nears 7 billion, geospatial data and analytics play a growing role in understanding the changing resource outlook. The U.N. Population Fund uses interactive maps to study population data. Geodata information also helps researchers understand the effects of climate change and energy use.

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