At Ground Zero: New Technology Aids in the Recovery Effort http://www.gc.cuny.edu/folio/ground_zero.htm
"After the terrorist attacks on September 11, emergency workers were faced with the Herculean task of sifting through a surreal landscape of smoking, twisted rubble. One tool that proved indispensable in their efforts was a mapping system -- one that employed the latest technological advancements and took advantage of years of research -- developed and overseen by geographer Sean Ahearn."
Hunter College Cartographers Aid Workers at Ground Zero: CUNY Matters, December 2001.
Mapping Ground Zero: GEONews, Hunter College, October 2001.
At Ground Zero: New Technology Aids in the Recovery Effort: The Graduate Center of CUNY (web page).
Mapping Out Details of Recovery Effort: Newsday.com, October 10, 2002.
Witness and Responsr: Geography and Map Division: www.loc.gov.
GIS Plays Key Role in NYC Rescue and Relief Operation: EOS, vol. 82, Number 40, October 2, 2001.