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The 12 articles in Essays on Geography and GIS, Vol. 2, include
-- "GIS: Designing Our Future" by Jack Dangermond -- "Implementing Geographic Information Technologies Ethically" by Harlan J. Onsrud -- "GIScience for Human Rights" by Doug Richardson -- "Transport 2.0: Meeting Grand Challenges with GIScience" by Harvey J. Miller -- "Geography Education and GIS Professional Development" by Doug Richardson -- "Changing the Face of Geography: GIS and the IGU" by Roger F. Tomlinson -- "Process Models and Next-Generation Geographic Information Technology" by Paul M. Torrens -- "Geographic Literacy in U.S. by 2025" by Daniel C. Edelson -- "Geography, GIS, and Mental Health" by Doug Richardson -- "The National Geospatial Advisory Committee: An Action Agenda" by Anne Hale Miglarese -- "Global Dialogues: GIScience and Sustainable Development in Africa" by Doug Richardson -- "Get Involved with Geo-Education Reform" by Daniel C. Edelson.
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Essays on Geography and GIS, Vol. 2, is a follow-up to the popular Essays on Geography and GIS, which has been viewed by more than 30,000 people since it was first made available in September 2008.
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