Geospatial analyst creates online app to raise awareness of the water crisis in First Nation communities – U Windsor News

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Geospatial analyst creates online app to raise awareness of the water crisis in First Nation communities – U Windsor News

by ahnationtalk on November 17, 202149 Views

Nov 17th, 2021

While libraries across Canada celebrate geographic information systems Nov. 17 as GIS Day, Leddy Library’s geospatial data analyst Carina Luo decided to use the technology to raise awareness about the ongoing water crisis in First Nation communities.

“Access to safe and reliable drinking water is easy for most Canadians, however many First Nations communities have long been experiencing challenges to accessing safe drinking water,” said Luo, who provides geospatial services to the campus community through the Academic Data Centre.

As of Nov. 1, there were a total of 99 drinking water advisories in effect in First Nations communities across Canada, according to the most recent data available at the time of Luo’s study.

Read More: https://www.uwindsor.ca/dailynews/2021-11-16/geospatial-analyst-creates-online-app-raise-awareness-water-crisis-first-nation

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