Overview of the 2017 11th Southern Forestry and Natural Resources GIS Conference

Chris Cieszewski

Abstract


This is a brief overview of the 11th Southern Forestry and Natural Resources GIS Conference (SOFOR GIS) and associated with it current submissions to this Special Section dedicated to the series of these repeated biannually SOFOR GIS conferences. In the current issue we have in this section two papers from this conference, one Research Summary of a Presentation, and two Research Summaries of Posters.

Keywords


Symposium Proceedings; SOFOR GIS; Geographic Information Systems; Remote Sensing; Spatial In-formation Technologies.

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