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  • Seminar with EU cooperation on early warning and disaster and crisis management Bulgarian Cartographic Association
    International Cartographic Association
    Masaryk University


    Date: 19 - 20 Jun 2012
    Country: Bulgaria
    City/State: Albena
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Seminar with EU cooperation on early warning and disaster and crisis management

MAIN ORGANIZER(S): Bulgarian Cartographic Association

OTHER ORGANIZER(S): International Cartographic Association
Masaryk University

Type: Meeting or Conference Date: 19 - 20 Jun 2012 Location: Bulgaria (Albena) Venue: Dobrotitca Hotel

This seminar is organized as a part of the 4th International Conference on Cartography and GIS and addresses the following:

• European Concepts for Crises Management (CM) and Early Warning (EW)
• Visualization of Geodata and Geoinformation in CM and EW
• GIS in Early Warning and Crises Management
• User Needs and Context Mapping
• From Discovery to Full Interoperability in CM and EW
• SDI and CM: INSPIRE Influence
• Speaking the Same Language - Semantic Aspects of CM
• Sensor Mapping for EW and CM
• Early Warning and Disaster/Crises Management Policy-Making Based on Scientific Support

Event website: http://www.cartography-gis.com/4thConference/Index.html

What is included in the event fee

• Attendance to the Conference and the Seminar
• Conference documents
• Bag
• Badge
• ISBN Proceedings
• Certificate
• Coffee breaks at the Conference venue

Target Audience

Cartographers, GIS, RS and IT, specialist for early warning and crises management,representatives of local, regional and state governments.

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