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Thursday, September 6th, 2007

Social Impact Assessment in Regional Land Use Planning: – Best practices from Finland

The research programme, ‘Internationalisation of regional development policies – Needs and demands in the Nordic countries’ was commissioned by the Nordic Council of Ministers in the spring of 2005. The aim of this programme is to undertake research on key issues, where it has been identified that new knowledge is needed, and where such knowledge

Thursday, September 6th, 2007

The Emerging Norwegian Municipal Structure

The Emerging Norwegian Municipal Structure In Norway, as in the other Nordic countries, a discussion is currently taking place in respect of how to reform sub-national  political and administrative structures. At present Norway, with a population of 4.7 million, holds direct elections to 431 municipalities, in Norwegian termed kommune, and 19 counties (in Norwegian fylkeskommune).

Thursday, September 6th, 2007

Landscape Character Assessment as a Basis for Planning and Designing Sustainable Land Use in Europe

Download Slideshow (2006) (40 slides, 4.35 MB PDF)

Thursday, September 6th, 2007

SDI Social and Economic Impact

SDI Social and Economic Impact – Users’ perspective SDI is recognized as an essentially tool and promot Download Slideshow (2006) (13 slides, 391 KB PDF)

Thursday, September 6th, 2007

Data Harvesting

Data Harvesting – SnowFlake Software The concept of data harvesting can be quite daunting to most users. It provides yet another theory to learn, more industry terms (round-tripping) to follow and, undoubtedly, there will be more acronyms to study. But the concept itself is really very simple. n effect, data harvesting is the gathering of

Thursday, September 6th, 2007

FIMR Monitoring of the Baltic Sea Environment: Annual Report 2006

FIMR Monitoring of the Baltic Sea Environment: Annual Report 2006 Report Series of the Finnish Institute of Marine Research. Download (2006) (113 pages; 21.55 MB PDF)

Thursday, September 6th, 2007

Implementation of the North European Gas Pipeline Project

Implementation of the North European Gas Pipeline Project A basic agreement on the construction of the North European Gas Pipeline (NEGP) through the Baltic Sea from Russia to Germany was signed on 8 September 2005. Due to the scale of the construction, the project requires Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). Under the Convention on Environmental Impact

Wednesday, September 5th, 2007

Harnessing the Power of Geospatial Data

Harnessing the Power of Geospatial Data For many organizations, such as governments, utilities, telecommunication providers, engineering .rms, and construction companies, geospatial data is critical to doing business. However, many of these organizations are not able to fully utilize their geospatial data because it is stored in many locations—desktops, .le servers, CAD (computer-aided design) servers, GIS

Wednesday, September 5th, 2007

Transport for London: Congestion Charging

Transport for London: Congestion Charging Congestion charging was introduced into central London in February 2003. In February 2007 the original central London congestion charging zone was extended westwards, creating a single enlarged congestion charging zone. Congestion charging contributes directly to the achievement of four of the Mayor’s transport priorities, as set out in the Mayor’s

Wednesday, September 5th, 2007

Why Web GIS May Not be Enough:

 Why Web GIS May Not be Enough: During several decades of investigation, the East Pacific Rise seafloor-spreading center at 9-10°N has been explored by marine geologists, geophysicists chemists, and biologists, emerging as one of the best studied sections of the global mid-ocean ridge. It is an example of a region for which there is now

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