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Ocean Deoxygenation – Another Global ChallengeMatt Artz123

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 18:30:19 +0000

By Sylvia Earle1,2, Dawn J. Wright3,4, Samantha Joye5, Dan Laffoley6, John Baxter6, Carl Safina8, and Patty Elkus2 1 National Geographic Society Explorer-in-Residence, Washington, DC 20036, USA. 2 Mission Blue, Napa, CA 94581, USA. 3 Environmental Systems Research Institute, Redlands, CA 92373, USA. 4 College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR … Continue reading Ocean Deoxygenation – Another Global Challenge


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Esri Ocean GIS Forum Keynote Speaker AnnouncedMatt Artzks

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 15:56:35 +0000

Learn How GIS “Closes the Gap” Between MetOcean Science and Resilience Dr. Kathryn Sullivan will share her experiences as a former Astronaut, Undersecretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere, and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) administrator, in her Keynote Address at the 2017 Esri Ocean GIS Forum. Currently a Lindbergh fellow in aerospace history … Continue reading Esri Ocean GIS Forum Keynote Speaker Announced


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Geostatistics and GIS to Analyze the Spatial Distribution of the Diversity of Fruit Flies: The Effect of Forest Fragments in an Urban AreaMatt Artzm_nvx14503

Mon, 25 Sep 2017 19:35:56 +0000

Environmental Entomology, Published 23 September 2017 By A G Garcia, M R Araujo, K Uramoto, J M M Walder, and R A Zucchi “Fruit flies are among the most damaging insect pests of commercial fruit in Brazil. It is important to understand the landscape elements that may favor these flies. In the present study, spatial data … Continue reading Geostatistics and GIS to Analyze the Spatial Distribution of the Diversity of Fruit Flies: The Effect of Forest Fragments in an Urban Area


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Spatial autocorrelation analysis of tourist arrivals using municipal data: A Serbian exampleMatt Artzse

Mon, 25 Sep 2017 17:27:34 +0000

Geographica Pannonica • Volume 21, Issue 2, June 2017 By Uglješa Stankov, Tanja Armenski, Michal Klauco, Vanja Pavluković, Marija Cimbaljević, and Nataša Drakulić-Kovačević “Spatial autocorrelation methodologies can be used to reveal patterns and temporal changes of different spatial variables, including tourism arrivals. The research adopts a GIS-based approach to spatially analyse tourist arrivals in Serbia, … Continue reading Spatial autocorrelation analysis of tourist arrivals using municipal data: A Serbian example


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Call for Presentations: GIScience Research Sessions at the 2018 Esri User ConferenceMatt Artz

Thu, 21 Sep 2017 16:03:57 +0000

GIScience Research Sessions Esri International Users Conference July 9‐13, 2018 San Diego, California Esri invites you to present a peer‐reviewed paper in a series of GIScience research sessions that will be scheduled as part of the 2018 Esri International Users Conference. Presentations in these special sessions will focus on cutting‐edge research in GIScience and full … Continue reading Call for Presentations: GIScience Research Sessions at the 2018 Esri User Conference


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High resolution global gridded data for use in population studiesMatt Artzg2

Tue, 25 Apr 2017 17:16:22 +0000

Scientific Data, Published Online 31 January 2017 By Christopher T. Lloyd, Alessandro Sorichetta, and Andrew J. Tatem “Recent years have seen substantial growth in openly available satellite and other geospatial data layers, which represent a range of metrics relevant to global human population mapping at fine spatial scales. The specifications of such data differ widely … Continue reading High resolution global gridded data for use in population studies


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Spatial Analysis of Chinese Grain Production for Sustainable Land Management in Plain, Hill, and Mountain CountiesMatt Artzsustainability-09-00348-g001.png

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 21:08:04 +0000

Sustainability 2017, 9(3), 348 By Jinlang Zou and Qun Wu “In the context of China’s food security, spatially explicit information on grain production is an important asset to achieve the sustainable management of cultivated land. Previous studies have shown that spatial mismatches exist between grain production and water and cultivated land resources. In this paper, … Continue reading Spatial Analysis of Chinese Grain Production for Sustainable Land Management in Plain, Hill, and Mountain Counties


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Neighbourhood Walkability and Daily Steps in Adults with Type 2 DiabetesMatt Artzwalk.JPG

Thu, 23 Feb 2017 22:45:05 +0000

PLOSone, published online March 18, 2016 By Samantha Hajna, Nancy A. Ross, Lawrence Joseph, Sam Harper, and Kaberi Dasgupta “There is evidence that greater neighbourhood walkability (i.e., neighbourhoods with more amenities and well-connected streets) is associated with higher levels of total walking in Europe and in Asia, but it remains unclear if this association holds … Continue reading Neighbourhood Walkability and Daily Steps in Adults with Type 2 Diabetes


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Exploring Spatiotemporal Trends in Commercial Fishing Effort of an Abalone Fishing Zone: A GIS-Based Hotspot ModelMatt Artzjournal.pone.0122995.g008.PNG

Thu, 23 Feb 2017 22:38:35 +0000

PLOSone, published online May 20, 2015 By M. Ali Jalali, Daniel Ierodiaconou, Harry Gorfine, Jacquomo Monk, and Alex Rattray “Assessing patterns of fisheries activity at a scale related to resource exploitation has received particular attention in recent times. However, acquiring data about the distribution and spatiotemporal allocation of catch and fishing effort in small scale … Continue reading Exploring Spatiotemporal Trends in Commercial Fishing Effort of an Abalone Fishing Zone: A GIS-Based Hotspot Model


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