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Over the past 40 years or so, human activities and movements in space‐time have attracted considerable research interest in geography. One of the earliest analytical perspectives for the analysis of human activity patterns and movements in space‐time is time geography. Despite the usefulness of time geography in many

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  • Dan Haug - New Media Lead - Morgan-Stanwood

    I used AutoCad, PC Arc/Info, RBase, and MS Access to conduct GIS analysis of a myriad of projects including a rural down-zone project, an industrial lands inventory, and a study of the impact ofTitle: Geographer

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  • Lena Haug - Reiner Lemoine Institut

    Lena Haug is Head of the Research Unit Transformation of Energy Systems together with Editha Koetter for one year since September 2020. She is a civil engineer and has been particularly involved in the project planning and operation of

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  • Ethno-Nationalist Dyads and Civil War: A GIS-Based

    2014-3-11Ethno-Nationalist Dyads and Civil War: A GIS-Based Analysis Lars-Erik Cederman, ETH Halvard Buhaug, PRIO Jan Ketil Rød, NTNU Abstract (150 words) Previous quantitative research on ethnic civil war relies on macro-level proxies in an attempt to specify the conditions under which ethnic minorities rebel. Going

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  • From Spatial Analysis to Geospatial Science | Request PDF

    Some went so far as to call the lack of GIS analysis a crime (Openshaw, 1993), but most would agree that analysis of spatial data

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  • Embedding and extending GIS for exploratory analysis of

    However, traditional GIS models do not take taxonomic components of species distribution data into consideration and are neither effective nor efficient in managing large-scale species distribution data. In this study, we propose to embed and extend GIS for large scale species distribution data analysis.

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  • GIS Methods in Time‐Geographic Research:

    Over the past 40 years or so, human activities and movements in space‐time have attracted considerable research interest in geography. One of the earliest analytical perspectives for the analysis of human activity patterns and movements in space‐time is time geography. Despite the usefulness of time geography in many

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  • GIS Connections to AP Human Geography

    GIS allows for the multipl e variables necessary in scientific analysis in two dimensions, three dimensions, and even four dimensions (including time). For example, population can

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  • Geovisualization Approaches for Spatio-temporal Crime

    2009-8-13Against this background a GIS-based application is developed that facilitates discovering initial trends in spatio-temporal crime scene distributions even for a GIS untrained user. Based on these results further spatio-temporal analysis is conducted to detect variations of certain hotspots in space and time.Cited by: 8

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  • Kristi Silk - GIS Analyst - Licker Geospatial Consulting

    -GIS Analysis (ArcGIS for Desktop, ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online) -Communication: technical writing, information sharing, andTitle: GIS Analyst at Licker Geospatial

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  • Exploration on geo-environment simulation

    Translate this page2002-9-28CHEN Xiao gang. Exploration on geo-environment simulation and cognitive verification: a case study at Cudgewa catchment in Victoria, Australia[J].GEOGRAPHICAL RESEARCH, 2003, 22(2): 245-252.

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  • CiteSeerX — Implementing exploratory spatial data

    BibTeX @INPROCEEDINGS{Haug97implementingexploratory, author = {Daniel B. Haug and Alan M. Maceachren and Francis P. Boscoe and David Brown and Colin Polsky and Jaishree Beedasy}, title = {Implementing exploratory spatial data analysis methods for multivariate health statistics}, booktitle = {Pages 190–198 in GIS/LIS

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  • 基于智能建造的快速全装配大跨度预应力

    Translate this page2020-3-26HAUG E, POWELL H G. Finite element analysis of nonlinear membrane structures[C]//IASS Pacific Symp. Part Ⅱ: on Tension Structures and Space Frames. Tokyo and Kyoto: International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures, 1971: 83

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  • A GIS tool for spatiotemporal modeling under a

    2015-5-29In recent years, there has been a fast growing interest in the space–time data processing capacity of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). In this paper we present a new GIS-based tool for advanced geostatistical analysis of space–time data; it combines stochastic analysis, prediction, and GIS visualization technology.Cited by: 10

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  • Erika Haug - Research Scholar - North Carolina State

    View Erika Haug’s profile on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional community. Erika has 5 jobs listed on their profile. See the completeTitle: Research Scholar at North

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  • ACCOUNTING FOR SCALE

    2014-3-11An analysis of duration of civil war further shows that certain findings are indeed dependent upon the scale of measurement. We conclude by discussing how GIS and spatial analysis may be applied in future research to increase our understanding of location, duration, and risk of armed

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  • 开放获取论文一站式发现平台

    Translate this page2017-5-3The article uses GIS spatial analysis and grid technologies to study the dynamic changes, hotspot regions, and driving forces in land use of the central core functional area of Jing-Jin-Ji. The research results are as follows: from 2000 to 2015, the main types of land use in the central core functional area of Jing-Jin-Ji are

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  • Schoolyard physical activity in 14-year-old

    2018-3-1Studies by Haug et al. [10,11] revealed that children with a low interest in PA were not influenced by the standard of the equipments and a proxy for PA level and GIS for spatial analysis. Another objective was to assess whether PA levels in adolescents complied with official recommendations.

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  • Knowledge brokering and boundary work for ecosystem

    2016-2-1GIS-based ES indicators were applied to study the green infrastructure and the ES of the municipality of Tampere. Here ‘applying’ refers to an overarching process including selecting relevant indicators, conducting GIS analysis, and interpreting the results in collaboration with researchers and civil servants.

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  • GIS at John Day Fossil Beds - Palaeo-Electronica

    Keywords: GIS; inventory and monitoring; locality data; National Park Service; John Day. Kort, Anne E. and Famoso, Nicholas A. 2020. Novel analysis of locality data can inform better inventory and monitoring practices for paleontological resources at John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Oregon, USA.Author: Anne E. Kort, Nicholas A. Famoso

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  • CiteSeerX — Geographic Visualization: Designing

    CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Geographic Visualization, sometimes called cartographic visualization, is a form of information visualization in which principles from cartography, geographic information systems (GIS), Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA), and information

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  • Hauge, M. R., Gentile, D. A. (2003, April). Video game

    Hauge, M. R., Gentile, D. A. (2003, April). Video game addiction among adolescents Associations with academic performance and aggression. 2003 Society for Research in Child Development Bien- nial Conference, Tampa, 24-27 April 2003.

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  • Trends and Opportunities of BIM-GIS Integration in the

    The integration of building information modelling (BIM) and geographic information system/science (GIS) is a strong support for smart sustainable city due to its capabilities in data integration, quantitative analysis…

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  • Research Project Publication Details | An Integrated

    Qian L, Wachowicz M, Peuquet D, MacEachren A. Delineating operations for visualization and analysis of space-time data in GIS. In: GIS/LIS 97, Proceedings of the Annual Conference and Exposition of the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing and American Congress on Surveying and Mapping,

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  • Dynamic Changes Analysis and Hotspots Detection of

    The article uses GIS spatial analysis and grid technologies to study the dynamic changes, hotspot regions, and driving forces in land use of the central core functional area of Jing-Jin-Ji. The research results are as follows: from 2000 to 2015, the main types of land use in the central core functional area of Jing-Jin-Ji are cultivated

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  • GIS-based morphometrics - Palaeo-Electronica

    GIS-based spatial analyses are an excellent new tool for paleontologists to exploit for morphometrics. Utilizing geospatial analysis permits researchers to quantify and visualize fossil specimens in their 3D form without the requirement of one-to-one homology that is necessary for traditional and landmark-based morphometricCited by: 6

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  • An Analysis of Spatial Clustering and Implications for

    2018-8-14An Analysis of Spatial Clustering and Implications for Wildlife Management: A Burrowing Owl Example (2001) used GIS and spatial analysis to analyze if nest-site selection in Colorado was altered by a decrease in the availability of preferred 4 There are four international migratory bird treaties—with Mexico, (Haug

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  • Applications of GIS to cancer research at the National

    Applications of GIS to cancer research at the National Cancer Institute. Linda Williams Pickle,1 Ellen F. Heineman, 1 Mary H. Ward, 1 John R. Nuckols, 2. Marcia Gumpertz, 3 B. Sue Bell 1 1 National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD 20892. 2 Dept of Environ Health, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO 80526. 3 Department of

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  • Schoolyard physical activity in 14-year-old adolescents

    2018-3-1Activities located to a handball goal area showed the highest monitored HR (160 bpm) with higher intensity in girls than in boys. Conclusions: Movement patterns and PA generated in GIS for visualisation and analysis enabled direct and realistic description of utilising of schoolyard facilities and activity levels.

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  • Using Geographic Information System for Trees

    2012-1-1GIS put together common database operation such as query and analysis with the unique visualization and geographic analysis benefits from maps. These abilities makes GIS chosen from other information system and make it also valuable in estimating the cost of maintenance, determining the location precisely andCited by: 4

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  • Perfluorooctanoic Acid Exposure and Cancer Outcomes

    The second analysis had the advantages of being a fully individual-level design [eliminating the possible semi-ecologic bias of the other analysis (Webster 2007)] and using an exposure model previously validated as a predictor of serum levels in this context. However, there was still a potential for exposure misclassification in

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