For initial clearcut mapping, fieldwork and encouragement, many thanks to Christopher Heffley and Ellen Gould.
For the Yellow Ribbon Project, and for ongoing support, thanks to Wes Bingham and Janet Southcott.
Thanks to Nicholas Simons and Andrew Gage, who listened patiently and encouraged me to explore the legal possibilities of what the satellite images were revealing.
Thanks to the small but growing number of donors, who understand that building and maintaining a website takes time…and money.
For all things GIS-related, thanks to open-source developers who believe there’s always a work-around…and if there isn’t, you can always make one.
Special thanks to Heather Bryant, who knows, more than anyone else, what’s involved in creating a tiny blip on the internet. I promise – we’ll do Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas next year…
Thanks to all those teachers, scientists and engineers who allowed me to convey ideas and images that would have been impossible just a few years ago. Most especially, thanks to that friend who said to me, so many years ago:
“Remember, Andrew. Hypotheses are disposable. Dreams are not.“