Call for Papers on Urban Crime Mapping and Analysis Using GIS
March 13, 2019
This special issue of the International Journal of Geo-Information will feature research on crime analysis, modeling, and mapping. This new collection of papers aims to contribute to the contemporary research agenda on spatial and temporal crime-related issues. Abstract deadline is March 31. Read more and submit an abstracct.
On Thursday, May 14 from Noon - 1:00 Eastern time Dr. Doug Richardson of the Center for Geographic Analysis at Harvard University will present an overview of the ethics landscape in the geographical sciences. This webinar is the first in a series on ethics and biases in the geographical sciences organized by the National Academies’ Geographical Sciences Committee. Dr. Richardson will introduce a wide range of ethical considerations and questions typically involved in the conduct of geographical and geospatial research. He will focus the discussion on examples of currently pressing ethical... Read more about An Overview of the Ethics Landscape in the Geographical Sciences
A Harvard led multi-University team of students has been recently formed with an aim of visualizing various aspects of the Coronavirus pandemic. Specifically, the group's focus is on showing objective statistics from reliable sources on what has been and what will be most impacted, provide help to organizations fighting on the frontlines, and develop data-driven policy proposals. The Team is collaborating closely with researchers at the CGA and other groups. ...