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Lightning round presentations made by Cornell University researchers as part of GIS Day @ Mann Library 2023 highlight how GIS applications are being used to explore and understand our physical and social environments here on Earth and on those on other planets. Speakers included: Maria Taylor (Landscape Architecture), speaking on “Applying GIS to urban environmental history of the USSR “(not included in video); Andie Gomez-Patrón (Earth & Atmospheric Sciences), speaking on “Global study of volcanoes with GIS;” Zoe Learner Ponterio (Astronomy), speaking on “The work of Cornell’s Spacecraft Planetary Image Facility in applying GIS to other planets;” and Diego Lobos (Earth & Atmospheric Sciences), speaking on “Volcano surface changes at Cordón Caulle volcano in Chile as mapped with GIS in the field, by drone, and satellite.”