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EUGEO SESSION in Paris IGU-UGI Congress (actual interventions order may be different; the General Assembly is planned July, 20th - Wednesday, Paris, Institute de Géographie; Grand amphithéatre , 14.30-16.15):

A101654ZK-01 - Time For Geographical Societies - Eugeo Session On Innovations In Geographical Knowledge Transfer
14:30 - 16:15 - Panthéon Room 01RC
Président(s) : 
Zoltán KOVÁCS, Research Centre For Astronomy And Earth Sciences, Hungary
Massimiliano TABUSI, Foreigners University of Siena Italy
 
A104982A - Microgeographies, Open source, and Open data: a world of possibilities
 Laura GARCÍA, Departamento de Geografía, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
A103227JB - Geography in the Sign of the Social-Ecological Transformation - The Influence of Geographical Knowledge on Civil Society Action in the Context of Sustainability
 Jonas BIRKE, Institute For Geography/ University Of Wuppertal, Germany
A104074GF - What marks the 200 years’ celebrations of the emergence of geographical societies? Or the need of looking at them against the grain
 Gabriela FURIA, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
A104494ZK - Globalization, science washing and the changing role of geographical societies
 Zoltán KOVÁCS, Research Centre For Astronomy And Earth Sciences, Hungary
 

 

A101654ZK-02 - Time For Geographical Societies - Eugeo Session On Innovations In Geographical Knowledge Transfer
16:30 - 18:30 - Panthéon Room 01RC
Président(s) : 
Zoltán KOVÁCS, Research Centre For Astronomy And Earth Sciences, Hungary
Massimiliano TABUSI, Foreigners University of Siena Italy
 
A103709MG - Knowledge Transfer of Geographical Societies in the "Long" 19th Century (1821–1914)
 Maximilian GEORG, Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography, Germany
A104205LP - The changing role of the Geographical Society in the Netherlands
 Leo PAUL, Faculty Of Geographical Sciences, Utrecht University, Netherlands
A104160AP - New roles, old societies - Geographical Societies in empowerment civic society and public interest
 Ana PEJDO, University of Zadar Department of Geography, Croatia
A103195LS - Development of a marketplace platform for a numerical method based GIS system
 Laurence SIGLER, CIMNE, Spain
A105311MT - Making the Geonight: experiences from the organization of the international event, with the support of EUGEO, European geographical Societies and IGU
 Massimiliano TABUSI, Università Per Stranieri Di Siena, Italy

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