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Mining Adirondack logbooks for info

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There’s little more primitive than a hiker’s hand-written entry in a trailhead logbook. And there’s little more sophisticated than a computer-generated Geographic Information System (GIS) map based on digitized data. Thanks to a project involving students from the New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse, the two forms are being put together, to the benefit of all the various agencies and interest groups that are responsible for and care about the Adirondacks. ...


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