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Manual of Digital Earth
Digital Earth and many other satellite and semiconductor-enabled cartography advances imply the need for a globally useful schema for more scientific and eco-ethical management of cities. How should we plan an internationally cohesive and locally effective system for understanding and managing urban stocks and flows around our planet? The answer to this question depends on new systems for managing geodata to underpin increasingly automated systems for evidence-based decision making. The currentdoi:10.1007/978-981-32-9915-3_16 fatcat:ihscyf22dra3jeve6ls77lghfe