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Elif Aladağ, Soner Aladağ The Opinions Of Turkish Social Studies Pre-Service Teachers About Using GIS In Primary Education
Tamás Bányai GIS based run-time evaluation of supply chain processes
André Coleman Adaptive Classification of Landscape Process and Function: An Integration of Geoinformatics and Self-Organizing Maps
Karl Donert Benchmarking GIS: a Charter for European Education
Victor Dukhovny, Yelena Roshenko GIS in improving water sector
Christoph Martin Erlacher, Peter Bachhiesl, Gernot Paulus Comparison and Analysis of Multiple Scenarios for Network Infrastructure Planning
Tim Favier, Joop Van der Schee Learning to think geographically by working with GIS
Florian Fischer Learning in Geocommunities – an explorative view on geo-social network communities
Sylvain Genevois, Thierry Joliveau Using a geoinformation-based learning environment in geography education: the GeoWebExplorer platform
Gerald Gruber, Thomas Sadleder Test and Comparison of Different Regionalization Methods for Ecoregions Based on Minimum Spanning Trees
Salah Hamad Spatial Analysis of groundwater hydrochemistry in south Al Jabal Al Akhdar area
Hartwig Hochmair Assessment of Latent Bicycle Demand in Street Networks
Bernhard Höfle, Peter Dorninger, Marieke Dutter, Werner Mücke, Martin Rutzinger Detection of building regions using airborne LiDAR - A new combination of raster and point cloud based GIS methods
Djurdjica Ivkovic El Niño - Southern Oscillation: the mechanism of development, monitoring and sustainable development
Gamini Jayathissa, Dietrich Schröder Integration of influence of deviation and dip angle concepts using GIS for the preparation of geology weight maps in landslide hazard zonation mapping in Sri Lanka
David N. Jeb, Efron N. Gajere, John U. Ukoje An assessment of the deforestation of Kabama forest plantation in Zaria using Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System
Martin Kreeb, Georg Dold, Hans-Dietrich Haasis ECORadar-Shakti - An Interactive Knowledge-Base Contributing to the Greening of an Indian Megacity
Stefan Lang, Petra Füreder, Daniel Hölbling, Dirk Tiede, Peter Zeil Conditioning land-use information across scales and borders
Michaela Lindner-Fally, Fritz Baier Unterstütztes Lernen mit Geoinformation: Digital:Earth:At features GIS Day
Sophia Linke, Birgit Kleinschmit Assessing the Dynamic Land Use Model METRONAMICA on a Local Level
Christopher Needham Using GIS to model the diurnal variation of urban population distribution
Joao Negreiros, Fernando Aguilar, Manuel Aguilar, Marco Painho Spatial Neighborhood Matrix Computation: Inverse Distance Weighted versus Binary Contiguity
Alexey Olshevsky Optimization of agrarian land use with application of GIS-technologies (on an example of the Belarusian Polesye)
Stefan Peters Übersicht über empirische Untersuchungen zu Lernen mit Geoinformation
Jose Luis Pina, Eva Cerezo, Francisco Seron Building and rendering 3D navigable Digital Cities
Khagendra Raj Poudel, Ramji Prasad Devkota Land Use / Land Cover Changes Assessment in The Himalayan Region: A Case Study of Pokhara Sub-metropolitan City, Nepal
Jiann-Yeou RAU, Chen-Kuang CHENG, Nien-Chih JEN Realization of Multi-Scale Building Models for cost-effective Web 3D GIS Applications
Yusmah Muhammad Yusoff Safiah, Azhan Shah Idris , Michael Barnsley, Rashidah Hashim, Rodziah Hashim, Zainol Khalid Predicting soil loss for timber harvesting using Modified Soil Loss Equation (MSLE) and integration with GIS for a Malaysian tropical forest
Eric SANCHEZ, Caroline JOUNEAU-SION Playing in the Classroom with a Virtual Globe for Geography Learning
Klaus Steinnocher, Christoph Aubrecht, Markus Knoflacher, Mario Köstl Flood-related damage cost assessment - Regional projection considering local conditions
Christoph Traun Continuing Professional Education Requirements and Offers in GI within Europe
Boudewijn van Leeuwen, Károly Fiala, Gergely Kitka, Gábor Mezősi, László Mucsi, János Rakonczai, József Szatmári, Zalán Tobak Small format aerial photography: a cost effective approach for visible, near infrared and thermal digital imaging
Iris Wagner The Danube Floodplain Habitats – application of the Object-based Image Analysis approach
Adam Walanus, Dorota Nalepka Statistical significance on maps by bootstrapping
Alexander Zamyatin A set of spatial characteristics in cellular automata land cover change modeling
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