Waubun kids pioneer use of GPS maps to charter Tamarac
Two Waubun students are raising eyebrows throughout the country as they pave a new way to use GPS (global positioning system) and GIS (geographic information system) technology.
Jacob Fatz, a sophomore and Kristopher Donner, a junior at Waubun High School, are being called teenage scientists, as they are knee-deep in a project that has them literally mapping out the Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge for all the world to see.
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