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Documenting 20th and 21st century glacier change and landscape evolution with maps and land, aerial, and space-based geospatial imagery in Alaska’s Kenai Mountains

Bruce F. MOLNIA, Camelia M. KANTOR, Shawn J. DILLES, Kim M. ANGELI




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Wintering habitat modelling for conservation of Eurasian vultures in northern India

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Analysis of compositional lines in natural landscapes

Mihaela SZABO, Adelina DUMITRAS, Diana-Maria MIRCEA, Adriana F. SESTRAS, Robert F. BRZUSZEK







Nova Geodesia is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal aimed at disseminating significant research and original papers, critical reviews and short reviews in geodesy and close topics, related to cartography, engineering projects and construction, planetology, hydrography, geography, urban administration and environment, environmental administration, landscape and ecology. Articles should make a significant contribution to the advancement of knowledge or toward a better understanding of these concepts. The journal was created by researchers from Romanian universities as a necessity for the development of this field with relatively few specialized publications in Romania, South-East Europe, but also in the world. An Editorial Board advises the journal. The total content of the journal may be used without regard to copyright. The distribution of the material is encouraged with the condition that the authors and the source (Nova Geodesia) are mentioned.


  • Editor-in-Chief

    • Paul SESTRAS, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Department of Land Measurements and Cadastre, 72 Observatorului Street, 400020, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
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