Geographic Information Science (GIScience) and Geospatial Approaches for the Analysis of Historical Visual Sources and Cartographic Material
Zohar, Motti (editor)
This book focuses on the use of GIScience in conjunction with historical visual sources to resolve past scenarios. The themes, knowledge gained and methodologies conducted might be of interest to a variety of scholars from the social science and humanities disciplines.
Keywordsland use/land cover (LULC); landscapes; historical maps; Geographic Information System (GIS); agriculture; vineyards; olive groves; Ein Karem; Bethlehem; Hebron; urban geomorphology; anthropogenic landforms; old maps; contour lines; Genoa; historical GIS; HGIS; GIS tools; fishnet; grid; urban morphology; Inoh’s map; coastlines; terrain; land use; uncertainty; visibility; topographic accessibility; Central Europe; information system; Vltava River; geolocation; photographs; historical visual sources; graph embeddings; geospatial descriptors; indexing and retrieval of historical data; GIS; carbon balance; rural landscape; total environment; historical geography; GIScience; visual sources; spatial approaches; cartography
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Research & information: general