JOSIS' 10th anniversary special feature: part two (2020)
AuthorsAdams B, Dodge S, Purves Rshow all
We open this editorial with the sad news that a member of our editorial board, Christian Freska, passed away this autumn. Christian was an active and supportive member of our editorial board, bringing his unique and longstanding expertise on spatial cognition to JOSIS, as represented by his contribution to the first part of our anniversary issue . We will miss him. The second part of our special tenth anniversary issue brings together nine more vision papers from members of our editorial board. With these, we have published a total of 24 vision papers authored by members of our editorial board and their colleagues. All of these papers take stock of themes related to spatial science. They look back at successful and impactful research and forward to potential future research areas and societal needs. When we planned the tenth anniversary of JOSIS, we had little idea of what was to come. As we write this editorial in December 2020 we are still in the grip of a global pandemic, which has led to the deaths of more than a million individuals. Some of us are in lockdown, others are working from home, while in some locations life has almost, at least for now, returned to normal.
CitationAdams B, Dodge S, Purves R JOSIS' 10th anniversary special feature: part two. Journal of Spatial Information Science. (21).
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