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International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research (IJAGR) Volume 6, Issue 3

Book Description

The International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research (IJAGR) is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal specializing in studies from applied geography that interface with geographic information science and technology. Including both regular and special themed issues, this journal presents policy analysts, geospatial practitioners, and academicians with high-quality articles exemplifying various application domains within applied geospatial research. IJAGR is interested in research highlighting various GIS&T application domains that span the social and physical sciences. The limiting factor is less topical, but more whether such studies incorporate geospatial technologies (geospatial statistics, global positioning systems, geographic information systems, remote sensing, etc.) to answer practical, utilitarian, and applied geographic questions.

This issue contains the following articles:

  • Modelling the Spatial Distribution of the Anopheles Mosquito for Malaria Risk Zoning Using Remote Sensing and GIS: A Case Study in the Zambezi Basin, Zimbabwe
  • Activity-based Modeling and Microsimulation of Emergency Evacuations
  • Combining Transportation Network Models with Kernel Density Methods to Measure the Relative Spatial Accessibility of Pediatric Primary Care Services in Jefferson County, Kentucky
  • Alternative Methods for Developing and Assessing the Accuracy of UAV-Derived DEMs
  • Review and Implications of the AutoCarto Six Retrospective Project