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Do We Teach Planners the Most Appropriate GIS Knowledge

Do We Teach Planners the Most Appropriate GIS Knowledge

Richard Kingston from the University of Manchester presents "Do We Teach Planners the Most Appropriate GIS Knowledge?" at the 2011 GeoDesign Summit.   

The Infrastructure Needs of GeoDesign

The Infrastructure Needs of GeoDesign

Tom Fisher from the University of Minnesota presents "The Infrastructure Needs of GeoDesign" at the 2011 GeoDesign Summit.   

Infrastructure Conceptual Design: Exploring What Could Be in the Context of What Is

Infrastructure Conceptual Design: Exploring What Could Be in the Context of What Is

Christopher Andrews from Autodesk presents "Infrastructure Conceptual Design: Exploring What Could Be in the Context of What Is" at the 2011 GeoDesign Summit.   

The Use of Shared Trade Craft to Perform Crime Analysis

The Use of Shared Trade Craft to Perform Crime Analysis

Lauren Rosenshein from Esri demonstrates the use of shared trade craft to perform crime analysis at the 2011 GeoDesign Summit.    

Developing a Conceptual Framework for GeoDesign

Developing a Conceptual Framework for GeoDesign

Naicong Li from the University of Redlands presents "Developing a Conceptual Framework for GeoDesign" at the 2011 GeoDesign Summit.

GeoDesign without the Geo-Goodies

GeoDesign without the Geo-Goodies

Philip Murphy from the University of Redlands presents ""GeoDesign without the Geo-Goodies"" at the 2011 GeoDesign Summit.

Object Oriented GeoDesign

Object Oriented GeoDesign

Stephen Ervin from Harvard University presents "Object Oriented GeoDesign" at the 2011 GeoDesign Summit.

Community Planning Tools that Prioritize Place Based Decisions

Community Planning Tools that Prioritize Place Based Decisions

Tamara Manik-Perlman from Azavea presents "Community Planning Tools that Prioritize Place Based Decisions" at the 2011 GeoDesign Summit.

CyberGIS-enabled GeoDesign for Regional Sustainability

CyberGIS-enabled GeoDesign for Regional Sustainability

Timothy Nyerges from the University of Washington presents "CyberGIS-enabled GeoDesign for Regional Sustainability" at the 2011 GeoDesign Summit.