GI_Forum 2010:
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Talal Al-Awadhi The Use of Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems to identify Vegetation Changes in Dhofar Governorate (Oman)
Sutee Anantsuksomsri The Spatial Analysis on the Impacts of Mass Transit Improvements on Residential Land Values: the Case Study of Bangkok Metropolitan Area, Thailand
Marcelo Barbosa, Mario Buratto, Leonardo Dias, José Seoane GIS prioritization model based on forest fire hotspots and land susceptibility
Christopher Chima, Nigel Trodd COMPARISON OF DMC NIGERIASAT-1 DATA WITH SPOT-5 HRS AND LANDSAT 7ETM+ FOR URBAN LAND COVER ANALYSIS
Annemarie Ebert, René Höfer Mapping Urban Vulnerability From A Multi-Hazard Perspective
Susana Freiria, Lúcio Cunha, José Manuel Mendes, Alexandre Tavares The importance of scale in social vulnerability assessment: the Portuguese case
Marco Helbich Mixed Geographically Weighted Regression for Hedonic House Price Modeling in Austria
Stefan Lang, Stefan Kienberger, Lena Pernkopf Meta indicators and high-level monitoring: How to map the immeasurable?
Christian Levers, Julius N. Fobil, Alexander Kraemer, Tobia Lakes, Juergen May A malaria risk analysis in Accra, Ghana using geostastical approaches
MAHMOUD IBRAHIM MAHMOUD Geospatial analysis of water security and oil spills in the niger delta area of nigeria
Andrea Nass, Hartmut Asche, Ralf Jaumann, Stephan van Gasselt GIS in Planetary Geology: Standardised Moduls for Planetary Mapping
Jean Nduwamungu Applied GIS in Forest Mapping and Inventory in Rwanda
Stoyan Nedkov Modeling flood hazard due to Climate Change in small mountainous catchments
Katie Oven, Sarah Curtis, Lena Dominelli, Chris Dunn, Ralf Ohlemuller, Sim Reaney, Mylene Riva Climate change and human health: Defining extreme events relevant to infrastructure for older people’s care in the UK
Graciela Peters-Guarin, Simone Frigerio, Carolina Garcia, Melanie Kappes Social survey and GIS mapping tools: integrating people’s perception, preparedness and trust for Vulnerability assessment
Edward Pickle The GeoNode: A New Approach to Developing SDI
Rita Rosvoldaune, Päivi Lujala Sea level rise, storm surge and river flooding. The Geography of Vulnerability in Verdal, Central Norway
Silvio Simoes, Walquiria Silva SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL PATTERN OF THE PRECIPITATION IN THE PARAIBA DO SUL BASIN, SOUTHEAST OF BRAZIL
Deniz Sümbüllü Localization with wireless sensor networks: IR band image processing
Dirk Tiede, Petra Füreder, Christian Hoffmann, Daniel Hölbling, Stefan Lang Automated damage assessment for rapid geospatial reporting: First experiences from the Haiti earthquake 2010
Nij Tontisirin, Sutee Anantsuksomsri Residential Location Decisions: A Case of Bangkok Metropolitan
Rumiana Vatseva, Boian Koulov Land use/cover changes and sustainability of tourism development in the Bulgarian Black Sea coastal zone
Iain Willis, Joana Barros, Maurizio Gibin, Richard Webber The application of geodemographics to social vulnerability and volcanic hazard assessment
Alexander Zipf, Pascal Neis, Peter Singler Collaborative mapping and Emergency Routing for Disaster Logistics - Case studies from the Haiti earthquake and the UN portal for Afrika
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