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Kyle Purdon Wins 1st Place in GIS Day Student Paper Competition

Friday, November 22, 2013

Congratulations to Kyle Purdon, a geography graduate student and winner of the first prize in the KU GIS Day student paper competition, for his presentation “OpenPolarServer---an open source and field deployable spatial data infrastructure for polar remote sensing datasets.”



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