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Accessibility, Discoverability, and Functionality: An Audit of and Recommendations for Digital Language Archives

Irene Yi, Amelia Lake, Juhyae Kim, Kassandra Haakman, Jeremiah Jewell, Sarah Babinski, Claire Bowern
2022 Journal of Open Humanities Data  
While digital archiving has long been standard for linguistics, archives themselves are heterogeneous (Aznar & Seifart 2020), and archived linguistic material is important for researchers and communities  ...  , particularly for language reclamation (cf.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We are grateful to the Fieldwork Reading Group at Yale University for their valuable feedback and discussion throughout this project that have led to considerable improvements.  ... 
doi:10.5334/johd.59 fatcat:taaeb7mmyjfxhi4m66f7jfy7uy

The Environmental and Human Costs of DH

Alicia Peaker, Jeffrey Moro, Christina Boyles, Nicholas M. Weber, Margaret Linley, Lindsay Barbieri
2017 Digital Humanities Conference  
In the contact between humans, non-humans, and the more-than-human, this session asks us to consider the ways in which digital humanists and digital humanities projects are complicit in environmental degradation  ...  In the environmental humanities, like in the digital humanities, "access" is not always a desirable goal.  ... 
dblp:conf/dihu/PeakerMBWLB17 fatcat:mm4mlqckwbgwtgitsacxca7ody

Documenting the occurrence through space & time of aquatic non-indigenous fish, mollusks, algae, & plants threatening North America's Great Lakes utilizing herbaria & zoological museum specimens

Mark Wetter
2018 Biodiversity Information Science and Standards  
Data and metadata are uploaded to the Great Lakes Invasives Network, a Symbiota portal (GreatLakesInvasvies.org), and ingested by the National Resource for Advancing Digitization of Biodiversity Collections  ...  the Great Lakes Basin yet, but have the potential to do so, especially in light of human activity and climate change.  ...  Data and metadata are uploaded to the Great Lakes Invasives Network, a Symbiota portal (GreatLakesInvasvies.org), and ingested by the National Resource for Advancing Digitization of Biodiversity Collections  ... 
doi:10.3897/biss.2.24930 fatcat:5mfjyyhwwvgvzndzi4cbbukunm

Changes in the Water Resources of Selected Lakes in Poland in the Period 1916–2020 as Information to Increase Their Availability

Mariusz Ptak, Adam Choiński, Mariusz Sojka, Senlin Zhu
2021 Sustainability  
The most serious problems currently include water deficits resulting from climate change and human activity.  ...  This paper employed archival bathymetric maps from the beginning of the 20th century for the determination of the scale of changes in the morphometric parameters of six lakes in western Poland.  ...  In the next stage, the data were fed into ArcMap software for the purpose of developing a digital model of the lake basin.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13137298 fatcat:cbendmwxmrbhxaco45f4k5xlzi

Colour in Irish lakes

G. Free, N. Allott, P. Mills, C. Kennelly, S. Day
2000 SIL Proceedings 1922-2010  
This summary of the Irish lake population provides context for the selection of lakes for future study and highlights the variable nature of the spatial data.  ...  Moreover, the most detailed dataset includes 12,205 lakes greater than 0.00001 km 2 in the Republic of Ireland (RoI). Additional complexities exist with access to lake data for Northern Ireland (NI).  ...  The attribute data for Irish lakes included in global, European and national digital datasets were assembled and summary statistics were calculated in Excel.  ... 
doi:10.1080/03680770.1998.11898139 fatcat:7nitw2nxovan7lzxel6mj5kwam

A digital information system for cultural landscapes: the case of Slender West Lake scenic area in Yangzhou, China

Chen Yang, Feng Han
2020 Built heritage  
The digital information system for cultural landscapes provides a more holistic, dynamic and specific cultural perspective on heritage for landscape conservators.  ...  The rapid development of digital technologies provides important opportunities for more effective cultural heritage conservation and management.  ...  The authors are grateful to the experts and directors in the Office of World Heritage Application of Slender West Lake and Historic Urban Area of Yangzhou.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s43238-020-00004-8 fatcat:2qit52p77bgyjmxk5rw3najz2e

The Lower Havel River Region (Brandenburg, Germany): A 230-Year-Long Historical Map Record Indicates a Decrease in Surface Water Areas and Groundwater Levels

Christoph Zielhofer, Johannes Schmidt, Niklas Reiche, Marie Tautenhahn, Helen Ballasus, Michael Burkart, Anja Linstädter, Elisabeth Dietze, Knut Kaiser, Natascha Mehler
2022 Water  
Instrumental data show that the groundwater and lake levels in Northeast Germany have decreased over the past decades, and this process has accelerated over the past few years.  ...  by humans on the water balance into account.  ...  Data source of the digital elevation model: [64] and references therein.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w14030480 fatcat:zsl5q34tynfq5onxjahs4jihbe

GIS-MODELING OF LAKE ONEGO SHORELINE IN THE HOLOCENE AND LATE PLEISTOCENE

Mikhail Zobkov, Aleksey Tarasov, Dmitry Subetto, Maksim Potakhin
2017 Environment Technology Resources Proceedings of the International Scientific and Practical Conference  
The quantitative data obtained in this study is valuable for estimation of the lake volumes and the rates of discharge in the past.  ...  The application of GIS software for reconstruction of Lake Onego shoreline in the Holocene and the Late Pleistocene presented.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The study has been financially supported by the Russian Science Foundation (#14-17-00766) & the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (#16-05-00727).  ... 
doi:10.17770/etr2017vol1.2541 fatcat:yiy2bkp2ffgotmgi27rnnqohaa

Historic maps as a data source for socio-hydrology: a case study of the Lake Balaton wetland system, Hungary

A. Zlinszky, G. Timár
2013 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions  
While data on human history is typically available for this time frame, gathering information on the hydrological situation during such a period can prove difficult: measured hydrological data for such  ...  Major breakthroughs were the acceptance of historic map content as valid data, the use of preserved features for investigating situations earlier than the map, and the onset of digital georeferencing and  ...  were digitized for the whole catchment of Lake Balaton at an on-screen scale of 1: 20 000.  ... 
doi:10.5194/hessd-10-7733-2013 fatcat:sah4r574szc6jekq4c4x76nqym

Historic maps as a data source for socio-hydrology: a case study of the Lake Balaton wetland system, Hungary

A. Zlinszky, G. Timár
2013 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences  
While data on human history is typically available for this time frame, gathering information on the hydrological situation during such a period can prove difficult: measured hydrological data for such  ...  Major breakthroughs were the acceptance of historic map content as valid data, the use of preserved features for investigating situations earlier than the map, and the onset of digital georeferencing and  ...  were digitized for the whole catchment of Lake Balaton at an on-screen scale of 1: 20 000.  ... 
doi:10.5194/hess-17-4589-2013 fatcat:bzltwfzx6neo3nrxdlxcofjevq

SATELLITE IMAGE PROCESSING AND HEADS-UP DIGITIZATION METHOD FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF WATERBODY ENCROACHMENT USING GEOSPATIAL TECHNOLOGY

Anitha K
2022 International journal of computer science and mobile computing  
Encroachment of water bodies for development human settlements and farming has been increased due to population growth and public attitude.  ...  They are in existence for several centuries, serving the water needs of communities.  ...  The digital topographic data used mainly for geometric correction of the satellite imagery.  ... 
doi:10.47760/ijcsmc.2022.v11i06.005 fatcat:qoqbjuwxgng6xnmsj2gd53bv4m

Environmental Restoration of Old Juyan Lake Area Based on The Investigation of Micro-topography by Satellite Data

Yasunori NAKAYAMA, Kunihiko ENDO, Guijin MU, Yoshiaki FURUNO
2016 TRANSACTIONS OF THE JAPAN SOCIETY FOR AERONAUTICAL AND SPACE SCIENCES AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY JAPAN  
This paper describes an analysis result for the extraction and elevation measurement of the gravel bar as micro-topographical feature by ALOS data for the purpose of the restoration of the past water area  ...  Moreover, presumption of the Old Juyan Lake and reconstruction of their change for past about 7400 years were carried out.  ...  Acknowledgments The used ALOS data was provided from JAXA/EORC under the agreement of JAXA Research Announcement.  ... 
doi:10.2322/tastj.14.po_4_13 fatcat:oam2e33igjg75ncgyayjn3ma64

Monitoring of Chilika Lake mouth dynamics and quantifying rate of shoreline change using 30 m multi-temporal Landsat data

Vivek G, Santonu Goswami, R.N. Samal, S.B. Choudhury
2019 Data in Brief  
These regions see lots of anthropogenic activities such as economic development, infrastructure and human settlement especially in rapidly developing countries such as India.  ...  Digital Shoreline Change Analysis System (DSAS) an extension of ArcGIS software was used to compute rate of change statistics by calculating End Point Rate (EPR) values.  ...  Supporting information Transparency data associated with this article can be found in the online version at https://doi.org/ 10.1016/j.dib.2018.12.082.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dib.2018.12.082 pmid:30671505 pmcid:PMC6327071 fatcat:6lq3vykknbb75o2upj34frxwnm

Treating a Genre as a Database: the Chinese Local Gazetteers, the LG tools, and Research Based on This New Digital Methodology

Shih-Pei Chen, Qun Che, Ling Cao, Dagmar Schäfer, Hongsu Wang
2017 Digital Humanities Conference  
This panel discusses how digitization and digital tools help to bring new insights to a well studied genre, in this case the Chinese Local Gazetteers, by supporting research inquiries that treat the whole  ...  The Chinese Local Gazetteers is a long established genre of writing in China since the twelve century for recording local knowledge about a region.  ...  The audience is invited to join in the discussion session for conversations on the types of advancement these tools bring to the of history and humanities, whether similar tools can be set up for digital  ... 
dblp:conf/dihu/ChenCCSW17 fatcat:hti7dirb2zczrkp5q7btw7ym7q

A Settlement Landscape Reconstruction Approach Using GIS Analysis with Integrated Terrain Data of Land and Water: A Case Study of the Panlongcheng Site in the Shang Dynasty (Wuhan, China)

Jianfeng Liu, Qiushi Zou, Qingwu Hu, Changping Zhang
2021 Remote Sensing  
The analysis results reflect the interaction between water level changes and human activities in this region for thousands of years, and support the archaeological findings in the near-water area of the  ...  Panlongcheng site, which provides a new idea for the landscape reconstruction and analysis of near-water sites.  ...  We are also indebted to Hubei Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology and Panlongcheng Archaeological Museum for their cooperation.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13245087 fatcat:ogv7lcwnw5f3pkuvj7m5oa234e
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