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Digital Government: Digitalization of Coastal Management and Decision-Making Supported by Multi-Dimensional Geospatial Information and Analysis      (Back to Search Results)


Grant Number: 9819880

  • Description: Standard Grant
  • Associated Project:
  • Award Date: 1999-04-16
  • Award Period: 1999-04-14 to 2000-03-30
  • Amount: $ 40000.00

Primary Investigator:
Rongxing Li

Researchers
J Ramirez
C Shum
Keith Bedford
Rongxing Li

Technology:
Data Sharing & Integration
Data Visualization
Geographic Information Systems
Geographic Information Systems
Data Visualization
Data Sharing & Integration

Government Domain:
Digital Divide
Inter-/ Intra-Governmental Relations
Natural Resource Management
E-government/Service Delivery
Digital Divide
Communication
Institutional & Organizational Analysis
Inter-/ Intra-Governmental Relations
Natural Resource Management

Primary Institution:
Ohio State Univ Res Fdn

Project Home Page:
http://shoreline.eng.ohio-state.edu/research/diggov/pubs/LipaperCRD.pdf

Latest Project Highlight:
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Abstract:
EIA-9819880 Li, Rongxing Bedford, Keith W. Ohio State University Digital Government: Digitalization of Coastal Management and Decision-Making Supported by Multi-Dimensional Geospatial Information and Analysis With continuing trend of population and economic growth in coastal areas, a sustainable environment becomes more threatened. Global warming, climate change, coastal erosion, and pollution are common problems. Geospatial information and analysis can be used to coordinate policies related to coastal resource management, surveying, shoreline mapping, change detection, and natural hazards mitigation. This grant will support a workshop and ancillary activities to develop plans for research to enhance operational capabilities of government agencies for coastal management and decision making. Management decisions would be informed by the use of multiple spaceborne, airborne, and in-situ remotely sensed measurements, spatio-temporal databases, and geospatial analysis tools.