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RECONSTRUCTION OF KYOTO: 3D URBAN MODEL BASED ON HISTORICAL GIS DATA

Author(s)  AkihiroTSUKAMOTO, et al.
October, 2009
International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing 3 (1–2) 2009, 21–38

This paper explores a method for creating large-scale urban 3D models using Historical GIS data. The method is applied to the Virtual Kyoto Project in which the landscape of the whole city of Kyoto of the early Edo era (ca 17thC) is reconstructed.  

Jump-starting the next level of online geospatial collaboration: Lessons from AfricaMap

Author(s)  Benjamin Lewis & Weihe Guan
September, 2011
Advances in Web-based GIS, Mapping Services and Applications, 2011

This article discusses an opportunity to engage in new forms of collaborative research made possible by widespread access to the web and mapping technologies.

Applying GIS Methods to Public Health Research at Harvard University

Author(s)  Jeff Blossom, Julia Finkelstein, Wendy Guan & Bonnie Burns
September, 2011
Journal of Map And Geography Libraries , 7:349–376, 2011

This article will draw on CGA’s experience applying geographic analysis to public health research.

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