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I would like to draw your attention to the ten selected papers of the International Journal of Digital Earth (IJDE) below:
Digital Earth: decadal experiences and some thoughts
H. D. Guo; Z. Liu; L. W. Zhu
Crowdsourcing geographic information for disaster response: a research frontier
Michael F. Goodchild; J. Alan Glennon
Digital Earth’s Nervous System for crisis events: real-time Sensor Web Enablement of Volunteered Geographic Information
Bertrand De Longueville; Alessandro Annoni; Sven Schade; Nicole Ostlaender; Ceri Whitmore
The application of open standards to enhance the interoperability of geoscience information
Selected issues of cartographic communication optimization for emergency centers
Karel Staněk; Lucie Friedmannová; Petr Kubíček; Milan Konečný
The contribution of maps to the challenges of risk communication to the public
Doris Dransch; Henry Rotzoll; Kathrin Poser
The Sensor Web: systems of sensor systems
T. L. van Zyl; I. Simonis; G. McFerren
Metadata requirements analysis for the emerging Sensor Web
Liping Di; Karen L. Moe; Genong (Eugene) Yu
Identifying damage caused by the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake from VHR remote sensing data
D. Ehrlich; H. D. Guo; K. Molch; J. W. Ma; M. Pesaresi
A new global raster water mask at 250 m resolution
M. L. Carroll; J. R. Townshend; C. M. DiMiceli; P. Noojipady; R. A. Sohlberg
As you know, IJDE has been indexed by SCI-E in 2009 and initially received an impact factor of 0.864 for the year of 2009. These ten papers were selected for free download in 2011. You are strongly encouraged to download and cite them in your research papers.
Please click the links of each paper in the attached pdf document to access.
It would be great if you can circulate this message around your colleagues.
Editorial Office, International Journal of Digital Earth
(The Official Journal of the International Society for Digital Earth)