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Charting the earth's health

Ron Eastman of Waltham wrote one of the most widely distributed software packages used to study and track the planet's natural resources. Ron Eastman of Waltham wrote one of the most widely distributed software packages used to study and track the planet's natural resources. (Susan Chaityn Lebovits for the Boston Globe)
By Susan Chaityn Lebovits
December 30, 2007

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From the Charles River to the Amazon , Ron Eastman has been able to connect environmental researchers with unique data. (Full article: 971 words)

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