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Newsletter #6 - Seoul

Pablo Robles
Pablo Robles
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Hi from Seoul!
The sixth edition of the newsletter is here! Sorry for the delay this month, but better late than never! 
It’s been more than three weeks since I arrived in South Korea and, after the 10-day quarantine, three PCR tests, my booster shot and a heavy but beautiful snowfall, it’s now time to find an apartment. Wish me luck!
Here’s what I’ve collected for you this month:

Mapping
A collaborative project of biodiversity scientists and remote sensing experts to develop near-global standardized, 1km resolution layers for monitoring and modeling biodiversity, ecosystems, and climate
Map projection explorer (Using d3.js library)
DEM data hub for Mars
Inspiration and some design resources
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Interesting reads
Visual journalism
City observer
It’s official
NYTimes Communications
We’re happy to welcome @aggggnessss,
@pabloroblesg and @Josh_H as visual reporters to the International desk! https://t.co/jvltxFwA7s
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Happy Lunar New Year!
Fun fact about me: I’m obsessed with watches but I often struggle with estimating how long things would actually take me, like getting ready before going out, according to my wife who always have to wait for me 😆.
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Pablo Robles
Pablo Robles @pabloroblesg

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Seoul, South Korea