Cartography and Geographic Information Science

A scholarly journal devoted to extending cartographic methodology. Publishes original research papers on traditional cartography, geographic information systems (GIS), and other digital mapping technologies. Content also includes technical notes, bibliogr

Articles from Vol. 35, No. 4, October

An Assessment of the Effects of Cell Size on AGNPS Modeling of Watershed Runoff
Introduction The Agricultural NonPoint Source (AGNPS) pollution model was developed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in response to the need to quantitatively examine the influence of non-point source pollution on surface water and groundwater...
Interoperable Internet Mapping-An Open Source Approach
Introduction Internet GIS refers to GIS services that use the Internet as a primary means to access data, conduct spatial analysis, and provide services related to geographic information (Peng 1999; Peng and Tsou 2003). These services are typically...
Knowledge Discovery from Area-Class Resource Maps: Capturing Prototype Effects
Introduction The development of geographic knowledge discovery arose out of the need to intelligently and automatically transform geographic data into information and synthesize geographic knowledge (Yuan et al. 2001). Research in this area has...
Simulating Complex Adaptive Geographic Systems: A Geographically Aware Intelligent Agent Approach
Introduction The objective of this paper is to present a spatially explicit agent-based simulation framework with a supporting software package to facilitate the modeling of complex adaptive geographic systems. Geographic systems involve biophysical...