Using a touch table to support participatory land use planning (part II)

This is the sixth of a series of presentations given at the MODSIM / ISPRS WGII/6 session on Visualisation in support of management decisions.

Title of this presentation: “Using a touch table to support participatory land use planning”
Gustavo Arciniegas

A copy of the refereed paper can downloaded from the MODSIM conference website:

Using a touch table to support participatory land use planning (part I)

This is the sixth of a series of presentations given at the MODSIM / ISPRS WGII/6 session on Visualisation in support of management decisions.

Title of this presentation: “Using a touch table to support participatory land use planning”
Gustavo Arciniegas

A copy of the refereed paper can downloaded from the MODSIM conference website:

Landscape visualisation tools and methods:Decision making with scenarios (part II)

This is the fifth of a series of presentations given at the MODSIM / ISPRS WGII/6 session on Visualisation in support of management decisions.

Title of this presentation: “Landscape visualisation tools and methods:Decision making with scenarios”
Eric Smith

A copy of the refereed paper can downloaded from the MODSIM conference website:

Landscape visualisation tools and methods: Decision making with scenarios (part I)

This is the fifth of a series of presentations given at the MODSIM / ISPRS WGII/6 session on Visualisation in support of management decisions.

Title of this presentation: “Landscape visualisation tools and methods:Decision making with scenarios”
Eric Smith

A copy of the refereed paper can downloaded from the MODSIM conference website:

Visualisation of data layers, the key to increasing integrity of geological based groundwater models (part II)

This is the fourth of a series of presentations given at the MODSIM / ISPRS WGII/6 session on Visualisation in support of management decisions.

Title of this presentation: “Visualisation of data layers, the key to increasing integrity of geological based groundwater models”
Don Cherry

A copy of the refereed paper can downloaded from the MODSIM conference website:

Visualisation of data layers, the key to increasing integrity of geological based groundwater models (part I)

This is the fourth of a series of presentations given at the MODSIM / ISPRS WGII/6 session on Visualisation in support of management decisions.

Title of this presentation: “Visualisation of data layers, the key to increasing integrity of geological based groundwater models”
Don Cherry

A copy of the refereed paper can downloaded from the MODSIM conference website:

Visualising the outputs of complex models in a landscape context (part II)

This is the third of a series of presentations given at the MODSIM / ISPRS WGII/6 session on Visualisation in support of management decisions.

Title of this presentation: “Visualising the outputs of complex models in a landscape context”
Dr Jean-Philippe Aurambout

A copy of the paper abstract can downloaded from the MODSIM conference website:

Visualising the outputs of complex models in a landscape context (part I)

This is the third of a series of presentations given at the MODSIM / ISPRS WGII/6 session on Visualisation in support of management decisions.

Title of this presentation: “Visualising the outputs of complex models in a landscape context”
Dr Jean-Philippe Aurambout

A copy of the paper abstract can downloaded from the MODSIM conference website:

Model driven visualisation of climate change scenarios (part II)

This is the second of a series of presentations given at the MODSIM / ISPRS WGII/6 session on Visualisation in support of management decisions.

Title of this presentation: “Model driven visualisation of climate change scenarios”
Prof Ian Bishop

A copy of the refereed paper can downloaded from the MODSIM conference website:

Model driven visualisation of climate change scenarios (part I)

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This is the second of a series of presentations given at the MODSIM / ISPRS WGII/6 session on Visualisation in support of management decisions.

Title of this presentation: “Model driven visualisation of climate change scenarios”
Prof Ian Bishop

A copy of the refereed paper can downloaded from the MODSIM conference website: