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Sustainable Coastal Management. Biliana Cicin Sain. Gravity, Geoid and Height Systems. Urs Marti. Environmental Change in Siberia. Heiko Balzter. Ying Long. Demetris Demetriou. Geospatial Technologies and Climate Change. K M Santosh. Indoor Location-Based Services. Martin Werner.
Garik Gutman. Imaging Radar for Resources Surveys. Advances in Spatial Data Handling and Analysis. Francis Harvey. Space and Time Visualisation.
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Remote Sensing of the Mine Environment. Nuray Demirel. Introduction to Environmental Remote Sensing. Eric C. Evaporation and Evapotranspiration. Wossenu Abtew. Spatial Modeling and Assessment of Urban Form. Biswajeet Pradhan. Remote Sensing of the Environment and Radiation Transfer.
Anatoly Kuznetsov. Geoinformatics for Intelligent Transportation. Igor Ivan. Emilio Chuvieco. Spatio-Temporal Data Streams. Sciences of Geodesy - II. Guochang Xu. Xiaofeng Li. Visual Analytics of Movement. Gennady Andrienko. Remote Sensing for Environmental Data in Albania.
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Daniel A. Urban Remote Sensing. Qihao Weng.
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Mercury's Interior, Surface, and Surrounding Environment. Pamela Elizabeth Clark. Description in original language:. Climate is becoming more and more radical today. This article deals with the adjustment of local flood management plans in the Czech Republic using geographical information systems GIS for enhancing their information value and thus their usefulness.
The article compares the systems for creating flood protection documentation at local levels in Scotland and in the Czech Republic. There are substantial differences between these two countries in the extent of the use of geoinformatics in local flood management plans. From this the necessity of adjusting the project documentation on the Czech side, especially its graphical parts, can be inferred.
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