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Robert Streit wins inaugural student presentation award

The 2019 ANZMapS conference, ‘Mapping in Action’, held at the National Library of Australia on 24-25 September, focused on presentations by students about the use of mapping in their research. The $1000 prize for best student presentation was awarded to Robert Streit , a PhD student with the Reef fish ecology and evolution lab at …

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Mapping in Action programme now available

The draft programme for our upcoming conference ‘Mapping in Action’ to be held at the National Library of Australia, Tue 24 & Wed 25 September, is now available. https://anzmaps.org/events/2019-conference-mapping-in-action/ A link to the eventbrite registration is also on the page: tickets are only $20 per day for students and $40 for others, including morning and …

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Registration for “Mapping in Action” now open

Registration is now open for the special event, “Mapping in Action”, to be held at the National Library of Australia in Canberra, Tue-Wed 24-25 September 2019.   Mapping in Action brings together spatial science students, historians and map lovers for this unique ANZMapS event. “Mapping in Action will showcase the latest in spatial information, data visualisation …

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2019 ANZMapS ‘Mapping in Action’

ANZMapS’ Mapping In Action special event will be held at the National Library of Australia, Canberra on Tue 24 and Wed 25 September 2019. The Conference Committee is now seeking submissions for presentations. Share with other researchers how maps and spatial science help us interact with, interpret and understand society, the environment, history and science. Call for Presentations  Outlines …

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Patricia Alonso Award 2018 prizewinner: James Embury

Each year the Society awards the Patricia Alonso Memorial Prize to the best Third Year student in RMIT’s Bachelor of Science (Geospatial Science) degree. The prize consists of  a $500 award, plus one year’s membership of ANZMapS. The award is made at the student awards dinner in August of the following year. In 2018, the award …

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