Proceedings of the European SCGIS Conference

Proceedings of the First European SCGIS Conference

21-23 May 2012, Sofia, Bulgaria

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Session 1: GIS-based Conservation of Natural Heritage and Environmental Issues

Irina Mikhailidi – Altai State Technical University & Altai 21-st Century Public Fund, Barnaul, Russia

GIS for spatial planning – Chemal district, Republic of Altai, Russia

Lachezar Filchev – SRTI-BAS

An Assessment of European Spruce Bark Beetle Infestation Using WorldView-2 Satellite Data

Nastase Mihaela, Cuculici Roxana, Muratoreanu George, Grigorescu Ines, Dragota Carmen, Valahia University of Târgoviste, Roumenia

A GIS-based assessment of geodiversity in the Romanian protected areas. A preliminary approach

Vanya Naydenova – SRTI-BAS

The Kutina Pyramids natural landmark - its degradation and disappearance

Iliyan Kotsev, Stoyan Keremedchiev, Ekaterina Trifonova, Valentina Todorova, Lyubomir Dimitrov, Nataliya Andreeva, Petya Eftimova – Institute of Oceanology-BAS

Mapping of the sublittoral substrates as a basis for the identification of NATURA 2000 habitat types 1110 and 1170 in the Bulgarian Black Sea

Eugenia Sarafova – SRTI-BAS

GIS-based modelling of eco-tourist routes in accordance with the protected areas in the Zemen gorge region

Petar Dimitrov – SRTI-BAS

Mapping of coniferous forests’ structural attributes in Rila Mountain, Bulgaria by satellite data

 

Session 2: Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage Sites using GIS

Georgi Nekhrizov – NIAM-BAS, Julia Tzvetkova – Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, Nadezhda Kecheva– NIAM-BAS

Archaeological GIS – Kazanlak Field Survey, 2009-2011

Stefan Stamenov, Vanya Naydenova – SRTI-BAS, Andrey Aladjov – NIAM-BAS

GIS-based concept for conservation of the archaeological site of Pliska

Vanya Naydenova, Stefan Stamenov – SRTI-BAS

GIS of Old Sofia – urban development and its cultural heritage

Tsoni Tsonev – NIAM-BAS

Cognitive perspective on archaeological spatial data and GIS

Mariyana Nikolova, Stoyan Nedkov – NIGGG-BAS and Valentin Nikolov – Geological Institute-BAS

Risk from Natural Hazards for the Archeological Sites along Bulgarian Danube Bank

 

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