ISFEREA – Geo-Spatial Information Analysis for Global Security and Stability

Website: http://isferea.jrc.ec.europa.eu/Pages/default.aspx

As part of the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre, ISFEREA conducts scholarly research on conflict monitoring, image information mining, disaster risk assessment, and population estimation, among other areas. Further information regarding the group’s geo-spatial analysis projects are available through its website.

This program is directly associated with the following:

Projects
ISFEREA — Scientific and technical support to the Kimberley process (diamond trade)

ISFEREA — Refugee and Internally Displaced Persons Camps

ISFEREA — Enumeration of refugee camps (2003 – 2005)

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Projects
ISFEREA — Scientific and technical support to…

UNOSAT — The crisis in Gaza.

OpenStreetMap — Kibera, Kenya.

Publications
Which Came First? Toxic Facilities, Minority Move-In, and Environmental Justice. Manuel Pastor Jr., Jim Sadd and John Hipp

Geographic Information Analysis. David O’Sullivan and David Unwin.

Geographic Information Systems and Science. Paul A. Longley, Michael F. Goodchild, David J. Maguire, and…

Programs
UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

AAAS Science and Human Rights Program

ISFEREA – Geo-Spatial Information Analysis for Global Security and Stability

Data and Tools
P-Trac Micro GPS tracker.

NASA Satellite Data and Imagery Resources – Warehouse Inventory Search….

Global Administrative Areas. BioGeomancer (BG) Project