Geospatial Information Management: Spatial is Still Special
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This paper focuses on the interface between human information constructs and spatial decision making. Information policies associated with geospatial information are at the crux of any further development of infrastructures through which geospatial information emerges. The unique nature of geospatial information and widespread application of geomatics technologies means that geospatial information should be viewed differently by information managers and recognized as a unique area of study.
Boxall, J., & Anderson, C. (2005). Geospatial Information Management: Spatial is still special. Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management, 1, 1-18.