Jelle U. Hielkema called our attention today on a new, interesting document published rececently by Dalhousie Journal on Information & Management. The paper, written by James C Boxall and Candale R. Anderson has the following content:
Geomatics in management
Geomatics in libraries
Information policy considerations
Geospatial information management
Educational access and use
PPGIS as an answer?
Spatial Data Infrastructures
Why is spatial still special?
Full document is downloadable here:
Sunday, March 11, 2007
Tuesday, October 24, 2006
This document is the first entry in the UN SDI HUCO repository of selected useful documents in the context of local, national, cross-border, subregional, regional and/or global spatial data infrastructure planning, implementation, evaluation and development.
This United Nations Spatial Data Infrastructure Implementation Strategy document will be discussed at the Annual Meeting of the UN GI Working Group will be held in Santiago de Chile 2-4 November 2006.
The document finalised by FAO consultant Barry Henricksen consists four parts:
Part 1 - Responding to a Changing World
Part 2 - Building for the Future
Part 3 - Implementing the UNSDI
Part 4 - A UNSDI Reference Architecture
The document is available at