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2015: Vol. 10 No. 2


pages 44 (49-93)

Contents: R. Simon, E. Barker, L. Isaksen, P. de Soto Cañamares (Vienna, Milton Keynes, Southampton) "Linking Early Geospatial Documents, One Place at a Time: Annotation of Geographic Documents with Recogito"; V. Frazzica, F. Galletti, M. Orciani (Ancona) "Gregoriano Cadastre: the Creation of a WebGis from Historical Cartography through the Techniques of Classification of Satellite Images"; J. Glišović, S. Gardašević (Belgrade) "Cartographic Collection of National Library of Serbia throughout History until the Digital Present"; M. Gede (Budapest) "Novel Globe Publishing Techniques Using WebGL"

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The paper by Alida C Metcalf Water and Social Space: Using georeferenced maps and geocoded images to enrich the history of Rio de Janeiro’s fountains published in e-Perimetron Vol.9, No.3 (2014) has won the prize 2015 Brazil Section Article Award of the Latin American Studies Association

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