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Tag Archives: Wales
English Heritage, an independent public body funded by the British taxpayer, maintains a list of several hundred thousand historically significant structures in England. Structures are graded according to importance – Grade I being the highest. A new interactive map on … Continue reading
The Doomsday Book is the record of an in-depth survey of England and Wales completed in 1086. It’s purpose was to establish material wealth of land owners and create a record of tax liability after the Norman conquest of the … Continue reading
This week various health warnings have been issued in England and Wales due to high levels of air pollution. NASA’s Aqua satellite captured this image of the country shrouded in smog on April 22, 2011: Earth Observatory explains: The haze … Continue reading
A fascinating, but all too brief time-lapse video from rocket scientist, Nathan Bergey . The animation is a compilation of daily pictures of southern England and Wales over the course of 2010. Images are from the MODIS (Moderate Resolution Imaging … Continue reading
The Guardian has published a map showing the carbon footprint of 40,146 public buildings in England and Wales. Including every school, hospital, police station and council office. The data comes via a freedom of information request from the Centre for … Continue reading
The Guardian Newspaper partners with Spatialkey to launch a powerful, slick new crime mapping tool. The Flash application employs a dual Google maps interface to enable direct comparisons between different crime types and/or locations across England and Wales Crimes are … Continue reading