TitleGIS for sustainable development / edited by Michele Campagna
Imprint Boca Raton : Taylor & Francis, 2006
Descript 535 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm

CONTENT

The rise of cyber planning: Some theoretical insights -- Theories of digital participation -- Metadata and data distribution -- GI-Based applications on public authorities' web sites and their nonprofessional users -- Geographic information as an economic good -- Advanced remote sensing techniques for ecosystem data collection -- Spatiotemporal data modeling for "4D" databases -- Spatial multimedia for environmental planning and management -- Computer support for discussions in spatial planning -- Integration of GIS and simulation models -- Microsimulation and GIS for spatial decision-making -- Using geodemographics and GIS for sustainable development -- Multivariate spatial analysis in epidemiology: An integrated approach to human health and the environment -- Zone design in public health policy -- Tools in the spatial analysis of offenses: Evidence from Scandinavian Cities -- Sustainable hazards mitigation -- Urban multilevel geographical information satellite generation -- Urban scenario modeling and forecast for sustainable urban and regional planning -- The development of the cross-border region of Hungary and Austria analyzed with historical cadastral and land register data -- Computer-aided reflexivity and data management in archaeology -- A geographical approach to community safety: A U.K. perspective -- GIS application to support water infrastructures facilities localization in particularly valuable environmental areas: The Eolian Islands case study -- Influence of data quality on solar radiation modeling -- GIS support for empowering marginalized communities: The Cherokee Nation case study -- GIS and participatory diagnosis in urban planning: A case study in Geneva -- Visualizing alternative urban futures: Using spatial multimedia to enhance community participation and policymaking -- SITAD: Building a local spatial data infrastructure in Italy -- Local GIS: Implementing the urban spatial enabled information system


Sustainable development -- Geographic information systems

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