Volume XIV, Issue 6, June 2018
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SIRGAS: Reference frame in Latin America

Víctor Cioce, William Martínez, M Virginia Mackern, Roberto Pérez, Silvio de Freitas

Improving Indonesian Geospatial Information establishment

Florence Elfriede Sinthauli Silalahi, Suprajaka and Sumaryono

Globalized ethics

Robert W Foster

International ethics standards

Gary Strong

Status of landslide-dammed lakes in Siang River

Thota Sivasankar, Suranjana B Borah, Ranjit Das and P L N Raju
 

Geospatial land governance and management

Madan Mohan
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Volume XIV, Issue 5, May 2018
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Information quality - A critical success factor

Anders Svensson

Package of approved ITU-R recommendations on RNSS systems

Nelson MALAGUTI

Robotization of precise levelling measurements

Veikko SAARANEN

Realization of a functional photorealistic 3D city geographic information system

Njike CHIGBU, Maduabughichi OKEZIE, Veronica U. OKOYE

Geospatial land governance and management

Madan Mohan


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