This website is preserved as an Archive for the NSF-funded
CSISS program (1999-2007).
Current resources in support of
Spatially Integrated Social Science
are now available at the following:
Modeling for Land-Use Change
An increasing number of scholars are exploring the
potential of agent-based or multi-agent system tools
for modeling human land-use decisions and subsequent
land-cover change. This resource provides a collection
of information for scholars interested in MAS/LUCC
models. The resources include current research initiatives,
information on related events, an extensive bibliography
and links to software tools.
CSISS maintains a user-searchable database, currently
containing over 10,000 bibliographical references
that feature applications of Spatial Analysis techniques
in the Social Sciences.
ESRI's compilation of over 17,500 GIS-related references
is the most comprehensive online source for GIS materials.
Professor Duane Marble of Ohio State University started
this bibliography in 1991. In 1999, ESRI became curator
of the bibliography. It has recently been enriched
by contributions from the Association of American
Geographers (AAG), the National Center for Geographic
Information and Analysis (NCGIA), and the Urban and
Regional Information Systems Association (URISA).
Browse this list of electronic journals available
from the California
to Other Sites
The websites in this collection provide spatial information,
tools, and research to aid spatial analysis efforts
in the social sciences. We have selected and
annotated the best sites.