Welcome
Invitation
Programme
Exhibition
Map Awards
Registration
Accommodation
Contact
 
MDW'2014
NZCS
ANZMapS
ICA

Accepted Abstracts

Preliminary Programme | Abstracts | Keynote Speakers | Social Programme | Excursions
Keynotes | Papers | Posters

The following abstracts have been accepted by the GeoCart'2014 / ANZMapS Conference Programme Committee. However, the process of accepting submitted abstracts is still progressing. Please check this page regularly.

Keynotes

The Strange Case of Dr Cartography and Mr Map-maker | Abstract
Kenneth Field
Esri, United States of America

The Relevance of Cartography | Abstract
Georg Gartner
Vienna University of Technology, Austria

Government Cartography in Norway | Abstract
Kristoffer Kristiansen
Norwegian Mapping Authority, Norway

The Inflation of Java: How an island briefly became a continent | Abstract
G Allen Mawer
Australia

top

Papers

The mapping of New Zealand's National Parks | Abstract
Geoff Aitken
NewTopo NZ Ltd, New Zealand

Geographical Vector Agents for Supervised Image Classification | Abstract
Kambiz Borna, Antoni Moore and Pascal Sirguey
University of Otago, New Zealand

Crime Analysis Mapping in the UK: A GIS analysis of burglaries in Leicestershire | Abstract
Jahnavi Burnham
University of South Queensland, Australia

Going around in circles? An evaluation of a proposed metro map for Melbourne’s rail system | Abstract
William Cartwright
RMIT University, Australia

From Ptolemy to Satellites: A five hundred record of the discovery and mapping of Antarctica | Abstract
Robert Clancy1 and John Manning2
1Newcastle University; 2Monash University, Australia

Environmental Pollution Risk Map of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Using GIS Techniques | Abstract
Tayseer Darweesh and Ahmed Alhijaj
Royal Jordanian Geographic Centre, Jordan

Assessing Spatial IQ: Heuristics for web maps | Abstract
Mairead de Roiste1, Michelle Boodee1, Mark Shaw2 and David Swann2
1Victoria University of Wellington; 2Spatial IQ, New Zealand

Large Scale Topographic Data: A view from a street level | Abstract
Igor Drecki
University of Auckland, New Zealand

New Zealand Cartographic Heritage: Do we know our maps? | Abstract
Igor Drecki
University of Auckland, New Zealand

Irrigation and Ecosystem Services | Abstract
Stuart Easton, Bethanna Jackson and Mairead de Roiste
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

A Pacific Prospectus: The origins and identities of the islands depicted in the South Sea on the Dieppe portolan charts | Abstract
Andrew Eliason
Australia

Re-imagining the Classics: Space and time with cubes and coxcombs | Abstract
Kenneth Field
Esri, United States of America

Participatory Mapping for Disaster Risk Reduction: A review | Abstract
JC Gaillard1, Jake Rom Cadag2 and Katherine Hore1
1University of Auckland, New Zealand; 2University of the Philippines, Philippines

A New Basemap for Austria | Abstract
Georg Gartner
Vienna University of Technology, Austria

A Multi-epoch Triangulation of Stereo Aster Images to Resolve the Dynamic of Surface Elevation Change of Tasman Glacier | Abstract
Alexander Geddes, Pascal Sirguey and Nicolas Cullen
University of Otago, New Zealand

Assessing the Quality of Crowdsourced Geographic Data from a Known Crowd | Abstract
Paul Goodhue1,3, Femke Reitsma1,3 and Mark Trotter2,3
1University of Canterbury, New Zealand; 2University of New England, Australia; 3CRC for Spatial Information, Australia

A place-based wiki-history: The 1ATF in Vietnam Webmap | Abstract
Amy Griffin, Bob Hall and Andrew Ross
University of New South Wales, Australia

Access to the Digital New Zealand Crown Historic Aerial Photo Archive | Abstract
Bjorn Johns
Land Information New Zealand, New Zealand

‘The Power of Where’: The New Zealand Topographic Strategy | Abstract
Aaron Jordan
Land Information New Zealand, New Zealand

Java on the Paris Gilt Globe, 1528 | Abstract
Robert J King
ANZMapS, Australia

Review of Methods Used for the Evaluation of Usability of Population Specific Maps |
Abstract
Erin Koletsis, Nicholas Chrisman and William Cartwright
RMIT University, Australia

Brief History of LINZ’s NZTopo50 and NZTopo250 Map Series | Abstract
Paul Lundberg
Land Information New Zealand, New Zealand

The Mapping of the Mawson AAE 1910-1914 | Abstract
John Manning
Monash University, Australia

The new New Zealand passport design: the history of navigation | Abstract
Peter Montgomery
Ocean Design, New Zealand

Exploring the potential of Cartoons to provide an insight into personal geographies of warfare | Abstract
Antoni Moore1 and William Cartwright2
1University of Otago, New Zealand; 2RMIT University, Australia

Geovisual Data Mining of Dolphin Space-time Trajectories | Abstract
Antoni Moore and Judy Rodda
University of Otago, New Zealand

Dixson, Dalrymple and Digitisation | Abstract
Maggie Patton
State Library of New South Wales, Australia

The National Deformation Model: A tool for maintaining accurate spatial references in the New Zealand plate boundary zone | Abstract
Christopher Pearson1 and Miriam Broadbent2
1University of Otago; 2Land Information New Zealand, New Zealand

Visualising New Zealand's Spatial Data | Abstract
Ian Reese
Land Information New Zealand, New Zealand

Data Collection and Crowdsourcing | Abstract
Brent Robertson
Land Information New Zealand, New Zealand

Mapping New Zealand's Great Walks | Abstract
Roger Smith
Geographx (NZ) Ltd, New Zealand

Australia's Convict Explorers and Landscape Artists | Abstract
Frank Urban
Australia

Heart Shaped Worlds: Cordiform maps and European expansionism in the sixteenth century | Abstract
Ruth Watson
University of Auckland, New Zealand

New South Wales... in Canada | Abstract
Brendan Whyte
National Library of Australia, Australia

Mapping patriotism: ‘News-maps’ and the outbreak of the First World War | Abstract
Martin Woods
National Library of Australia, Australia

Hydrologically adaptive regular tessellations for urban drainage modelling | Abstract
Joseph Wright, Antoni Moore and Greg Leonard
University of Otago, New Zealand

top

Posters

top

Welcome | Invitation | Programme | Exhibition | Map Awards | Registration | Accommodation | Contact
 
  © New Zealand Cartographic Society Inc, 2013-2014