- Applied GIS and Spatial Modelling
CONFERENCE 2013, The Hilton Hotel, Leeds
29 May – 02 June 2013
- IGU Regional Conference "Traditional Wisdom and Modern Knowledge for the Earth's Future,” August 4-9, 2013 in Kyoto, Japan.
23rd Annual Conference of
The International Environmetrics Society, TIES 2013,
June 10-14, 2013, Anchorage, Alaska, USA
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News from IGU
- IGBP Email Bulletin Feburary 2010
- IGU Newsletter January 2010
- World Climate Conference-3 (WCC-3) information on the conference is available on the WCC-3 website
- The 13th General Assembly of SCOPE (June 2009, London, UK) Scentific Committee on Problems of the Environment Resolutions
- Three posts in health/medical geography, Canterbury, NZ
Recent Books by Members
Advances in Spatial Data Handling and GIS.
Yeh, A.G.O.; Shi, W.; Leung, Y.; Zhou, C. (Eds.)
Satellite Communications, Nazzareno Diodato
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A special conference is planned for 2009 for members to give papers towards a new 'Models in Geography' project based on the same format as the seminal work of Chorley and Haggett in 1967. In addition to the regional conference to be held in 2010, the Commission plans to organize workshops and special-topic conferences throughout 2008-2012.
The Commission is strongly committed to the encouragement of scholarly publication derived from the work of its members and their contributions to symposia. Theoretical and empirical research will be published as special issues in journals and edited volumes in books.
The Commission plans to organize sponsored sessions with academic and research organizations in the years to follow. Collaborations with other Commissions will also be made to capitalize on our capabilities in formulating formal and practical approaches to solve problems relevant to the missions of the Commissions concerned.
A special conference for 'New Models in Geography' project is planned for North Queensland in 2009 and in principle agreement has been reached for sponsorship by the Australian Research Council Research Network in Spatially Integrated Social Sciences (ARCRNSISS).
The Commission intends to further expand its membership by actively engaging geographers in our initiatives and activities, and to become members of the Commission.