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A Seminar Series in GIS, Remote Sensing, and GeoInformatics
Organised by the Edinburgh Earth Observatory in conjunction with the AGI-Scotland
Seminars are now at 4.30pm in the Old Library, Geography, University of Edinburgh, Drummond Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9XP, except where stated.
These are then followed by AGI Geo-Drinks in Teviot Library Bar, EH8 9AJ at 5.45 allowing plenty room for informal professional networking.
New 2013-14 Series - GIS Landscapes: Political and Physical - Currently being prepared!
This year's focus is on landscape: both the use of GIS and Earth Observation for landscape and land-use analysis (be it urban or rural), but also the ever-changing political landscape where GI continues to gain more prominence and 'press' coverage. We look at the relevance and benefit of GI to government and citizen, Public Participation in GIS (PPGIS), Opendata, and the continued use of GIS/EO for tackling environmental and land issues to the benefit of all.
Note: In order to better-accommodate professionals and visitors from outside Edinburgh, seminars are now held at 4.30pm. These are still followed by AGI Geo-Drinks which are now at 5.45 still allowing plenty time for informal professional networking.
Please see the Full Programme for details of forthcoming talks.
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|This seminar qualifies for 1.5 points under the AGI Professional Development scheme.|