Buy Hardcover. Buy Softcover. FAQ Policy. About this book This book presents ongoing research and ideas related to earth observations and global change, natural hazards and disaster management studies, with respect to geospatial information technology, remote sensing, and global navigation satellite systems.
Show all. Pages Show next xx. The aim of this volume is to share technological advances that allow wider, faster and more effective utilization of geospatial information in emergency response situations. The volume describes current accomplishments and challenges in providing geospatial information with these attributes, and is organized in six parts:. This volume is aimed at researchers, practitioners and students who work in the variety of disciplines related to geospatial information technology for emergency response, and represents the very best of current thinking from a number of pioneering studies over the past four years.
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Export RIS. Add to Leganto. EndNote Web. Improving geospatial information in disaster management through action on lessons learned from major events M. Legal aspects of using space-derived geospatial information for emergency response, with particular reference to the Charter on Space and Major Disasters F. Real-time data collection and information generation using airborne sensors N.
Kerle, S. Terrestrial mobile mapping towards real-time geospatial data collection J. Real time and spatiotemporal data indexing for sensor based databases S. A 3D data model and topological analyses for emergency response in urban areas J.
Predicting and Managing Chaos: How GIS Has Transformed Natural Disaster Relief
Zhu, Y. Virtual Reality for training and collaboration in emergency management E. The semantic mismatch as limiting factor for the use of geospatial information in disaster management and emergency response H. Kolbe, G. Integrated emergency management: Experiences and challenges of a national geospatial information provider, Ordnance Survey C. Parker, R. The value of Gi4DM for transport and water management M.
Geospatial information technology for emergency response
Grothe, H. A decision support system for the preventive evacuation of people in a dike-ring area K. If there is one microwave remote sensing textbook that you are going to purchase,then make sure that it is this one. This is the textbook to which I wish I had had access whilst undertaking my PhD.
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