Articles in the GIS Category

Oct 2015 | No Comment

According to the fast growth and development of the urban environment and its subsidiaries, including universities, research centers, health, sports and recreation, shopping malls and stores…

Jul 2015 | No Comment

Standards are fundamental requirement for any GIS to enable technologies – imaging, GIS, GPS and applications – thematic mapping, services and outputs etc to work together…

Jun 2015 | No Comment

Integration of statistical and geospatial data is key to delivering a public information infrastructure that supports evidencebased decision making.

Feb 2015 | No Comment

Currently a lot of basic and applied research in hydroacoustics mainly considers resources of various types, including models’ and calculated problems’ libraries. Similar to the Internet and network resources, the hydro acoustic models development is an actual task…

Dec 2014 | No Comment

The provision of public services is considered as one of the basic goals which city managements all over the world seek to realize. In particular, the provision of public services indicator is considered as one of the most important urban indicators which reflect the quality of life for city residents. In this regard, the High Commission for the Development of Arriyadh, that is responsible for planning and comprehensive development of the city, has approved an overall plan for coordination and provision of public services in Arriyadh city.

Nov 2014 | No Comment

Saudi Arabia is a land of rush infrastructure development. Billions are spent in construction of huge projects like smart cities, universities, etc…

Oct 2014 | No Comment

Water is essential for all forms of life and ecosystems. Rivers are essential as they serve humans with ample fresh water supply. Although rivers contain only 0.0001% of the total global water, they are key carriers of nutrients and water worldwide (Wetzel, 2001)…

Sep 2014 | No Comment

Emergent coastal structures such as groins, detached offshore breakwaters, and sea walls have been successfully adopted as coastal protection measures for many decades (Dean and Dalrymple, 2001: Silvester and Hsu, 1997). These type of structures are common in the US and Europe (Dean and Dalrymple, 2001), and even more so in Japan, where Seiji et al.

Jul 2014 | No Comment

Detailed spatial information about environmental pollution/climate change is indispensable for land resources management, environmental decisionmaking and sustainable development. Distribution patterns of soil copper (Cu) content have a large potential to affect plant growth

Feb 2014 | No Comment

The European Commission, Directorate- General Environment, is inviting comments on the implementation of the Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community (INSPIRE) Directive (2007/2/EC).