Forgotten People/WWU Participatory Mapping Project wins runner-up in a EPA Apps for Environment Challenge

http://myweb.students.wwu.edu/%7Esabier/ForgottenPeople/ Please check it out: Forgotten People/WWU Participatory Mapping Project wins runner-up in a EPA Apps for Environment Challenge thanks to Robert Sabie and Professor Troy Abel, Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University. The interactive maps shows the proximity of abandoned uranium mines to water sources in the Navajo Nation, a proposed uranium haul route through the Navajo Nation. If you click on the icon on the header, you can search the various layers. The EJ Participatory Mapping app will be recognized at the Apps for the Environment Forum on November 8, 2011 in Arlington, VA www.epa.gov/appsfortheenvironment/forum.htm

2 Thoughts on “Forgotten People/WWU Participatory Mapping Project wins runner-up in a EPA Apps for Environment Challenge

  1. Congratulations!

    • forgottenpeople on November 4, 2011 at 12:49 pm said:

      Thanks. The interactive map is a work-in-progress and we hope to add regulated well data soon with the US EPA test results.

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