Vote for the Top Geo Story of 2012: #topgeostoryof2012

For the final #geowebchat of the year (which will be Tuesday, December 18, at 12pm PST), I am collecting your votes for the top news story of the year in the field of geography and geospatial technology. On the 18th I will add up all your votes and post a crowdsourced top 10 list of the biggest geo stories of 2012.

Please send me your votes, either through comments on this blog post, or on twitter using the hashtag #topgeostoryof2012. One vote per person please (but if you must vote for more than one, please rank your votes in order of preference: #1, #2, etc.)

Here are some suggestions to get you started (sorry for the strong US bias):

What do you think is the biggest geospatial story of the year? Remember to vote before December 18!

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One Comment

  1. Stephen Matthews
    Posted December 17, 2012 at 3:04 am | Permalink

    Definitely the non-existent Sandy Island for me as the top story for the year.

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