Publications

Spatial Source

Spatial Source is Australia and New Zealand's web site for the geospatial surveying, GIS and mapping community.

Directions Magazine

All Things Location - GIS, Geospatial, LBS and Location Intelligence News.

Journal of Spatial Science

The Journal of Spatial Science publishes original peer review Research and Review Papers contributing to the theory and practice of the spatial sciences. The Journal also publishes Professional Papers that describe aspects of professional practice and implementation of techniques related to cartography, geodesy, geographic information science, hydrography, photogrammetry, remote sensing or surveying.

The Journal of Spatial Science is a joint publication of Mapping Science Institute, Australia and Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute published by Taylor & Francis.

SSSI members can view the Journal and its back-issues online. Simply login to the members portal and find the link under Online Journal Publications.

 

 


 

 

 

Latest SI+C News

FOSS4G SotM Oceania

FOSS4G SotM Oceania

SSSI partnered with FOSS4G & SotM and Melbourne University to hold the highly successful conference 20-23 November 2018. The VIDEOS of Key Notes and Plenary Presentations are now available to view.

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SSSI SICC News - December 2018

SSSI SICC News - December 2018

Please find information on what is happening at the Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute Spatial Information & Cartography Commission (SICC) as of December 2018.

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Australia

Australia's Decadal (Strategic) Plan for Geography - launched 22 November 2018

The launch of Geography. Shaping Australia’s Future was held yesterday (22/11/2018) at the University of Sydney.

Produced by the National Committee for Geographical Sciences under the auspices of the Australian Academy of Science, Geography. Shaping Australia’s Future, is the decadal plan for Geography in Australia. This strategic plan, explains the contribution that geography makes to the social, economic and environmental wellbeing of Australians and Australia through research, education, training, skills, expertise and engagement with industry and the community.

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