Articles in the GIS Category

Mar 2024 | No Comment

This article documents one such transition in an undergraduate course on GIS, arguing that OP is the logical next step for enhancing creativity and innovation in GIS education

David Ray Abernathy

Department of Global Studies, Warren Wilson College, Asheville, North Carolina, USA

Open-source software and open data are becoming increasingly popular in the teaching and learning of geographic …

Aug 2023 | No Comment

A case for solid waste management in university of Nigeria, ENUGU campus. The dynamics in demographics certainly demand more proactive approaches in solid waste management

Ifeanyi Edwin Ihemeje

Department of Estate Management, University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN), Nigeria

Nonso Izuchukwu Ewurum

Department of Estate Management, University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN), Nigeria

Kenechi Peter Ifeanacho

Department of Estate Management, University of Nigeria …

Jul 2023 | No Comment

This study provided the police officers in the La- Dade Kotopon district Police headquarters with a user-friendly software for capturing crime data based on spatial location in real-time for hotspot maps, crime detection, classification, crime spatial dissemination and allocation of resources

Dennis Duffour

Geospatial Engineer at Daystar Geodata Consult Limited and Eagle Eye Survey Consult Limited, Ghana

Cosmas …

Mar 2023 | No Comment

Govt of India to launch digital crop survey in 10 states this kharif season
Government of India plans to launch a digital crop survey from the kharif-2023 season across 10 states. In the survey, information on different types of crops sown by farmers in their fields will be collected through an automated process by using …

Dec 2022 | No Comment

Global Data Enrichment and Geo Addressing Coverage Precisely
Precisely has announced the regional expansion of its unique location identifier, the PreciselyID, for its World Points of Interest (POI) data offering. Points of interest located in the US, Canada, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Sweden, and …

Jan 2022 | No Comment

It has emerged that satellite retrieved mean pollutant concentration recorded relatively lower concentration during the year 2020 in comparision to 2019 and 2021 indicating the impact of lockdown due to Covid 19 pandemic

Shashi Shekhar

Scientific Officer, Himachal Pradesh State Pollution Control Board, Shimla, India

The paper aims to investigate the spatiotemporal pattern of three types of air …

Aug 2021 | No Comment

In India, having patta or property title, forms the basis for social and financial opportunity. It often provides the only acceptable proof of address required to access government benefits, enroll children in school…

Jul 2021 | No Comment

From times immemorial, the cities, agriculture and culture evolved along the rivers. Among various Delhi’s, Shahjahanabad (17th Century), was built along the river Yamuna, a 1370 km long river emanating from the Himalayas and merging into the River Ganga at Prayag. However, with indiscriminate urbanisation River Yamuna in Delhi…

Apr 2021 | No Comment

On December 2020, the Italian Public Administration requested the governance of a project aiming in the creation of the digital infrastructure needed to support the anti-Covid-19 vaccination. Among the most important objectives of the project was the real time, multistakeholder accountability, with both push and pull information…

Mar 2021 | No Comment

This paper examines the spatial and temporal distribution of all COVID-19 cases from January to June 2020 against the underlying distribution of population in the United States. It is found that, as time passes, COVID-19 cases become a power law with cutoff, resembling the underlying spatial distribution of populations…