Results E-democracy 2011

1Organization of the society
We should stay a small society23
We should try to get anybody working with DEMs involved8
2I would like to nominate (for chair)
A-Xing Zhu, University of Wisconsin, USA2
Helena Mitasova North Carolina State University, USA8
Ian Evans Durham University, UK7
John Gallant CSIRO, Australia7
John P. Wilson University of Southern California, USA2
NONE OF THE ABOVE1
Peter L. Guth US Naval Academy, USA1
Robert A. MacMillan, LandMapper, Canada3
3I would like to nominate (for vice-chair)
Carlos H. Grohmann, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil3
Hannes I. Reuter, ISRIC, the Netherlands7
Igor V. Florinsky, Institute of Mathematical Problems of Biology, Russia3
Lucian Dragut, University of Salzburg, Austria3
Lynn Usery, USGS Center for Excellence for GIS, USA1
Steve Kopp, ESRI, USA1
Tomislav Hengl, University of Wageningen, the Netherlands13
4My say on the conference content
We should focus on the DEM analysis methods4
We should have a balanced combination of both24
We should have more technology in the programme3
5My say on the financial matters
I do not mind the costs if the programme is good15
The registration fees should not exceed 100 USD per day6
The registration fees should not exceed 150 USD per day2
The registration fees should not exceed 80 USD per day8
6I would also like to discuss…
Left Blank27
User entered value4
Average submission length in words (ex blanks)25.25
7Prefered location of the next meeting
Asia8
Europe10
Let the scientific committee decide4
North America1
South America8
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e_democracy_2011.xls
  • "International Society for Geomorphometry (ISG) is a non-commercial, nongovernmental association of researchers and experts that are open for free exchange of knowledge and opinions about various aspects of DEM processing and Digital Terrain Modeling."
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