Nordic Network in Geographic Information Science
"A Resource for Nordic Young Researchers in Geographic Information Science"
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Geographic information science (GISci) is a new discipline emerged from various geographic information technologies including digital mapping, geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing, and global positioning systems. It cuts across the conventional disciplinary boundaries of informatics and various geosciences, and has become, according to a recent article in Nature magazine, one of the three important emerging and evolving fields along with biotechnology and nanotechnology. Because of interdisciplinary and dynamically evolving nature of the new discipline, there is a high demand for collaboration among the individual research groups in Nordic and adjacent countries. The Nordic Network in Geographic Information Science (NordGISci), funded by NordForsk (Nordic Research Board), is intended to promote advanced research (in both GIS as a technology and GISci as an emerging discipline) and research training for young researchers in the region through various organized activities.
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