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And the GPS Winner Is Announced...
The month-long KSL Geocaching Contest is over, and we have a winner! (We also have photos of the 5 cache sites and the answers, so read on...) Within hours of the announcement on Case Daily, people were checking out the GPS units to try their skills at the contest. At noon on Thursday, November 16, Shyue-An Chan's name was chosen from those who found all 5 caches, and he became the owner of a free Garmin eTrex GPS unit! A research associate in the Department of Physiology & Biophysics, Shyue-An plans to keep his new GPS unit in his lab. He hopes that it will make it easy for others to geocache around town.
Answers: Find the photos and descriptions of all five caches and their hidden messages on the KSL Geocaching Contest site. On the site, read more on how to get started in the sport of geocaching, check out a unit from the KSL Freedman Center, find resources to help you get started using data in the KSL Center for Statistics and Geospatial Data, ICPSR, and more. Try out geocaching...and we'll see you at the next KSL Geocaching Contest!
Posted by Karen Oye on November 17, 2006 12:23 AM