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 Journal of Asian Network for GIS-based Historical Studies
Vol. 1, 2013

INDEX
Presidential Address
Mamoru Shibayama
1
Introduction of The Asian Network for GIS-based Historical Studies, Asia or ANGIS (Asia) 2
■ State of the Field
Progress in Historical GIS in Japan
Hiroshi Kawaguchi
3-6
Past, Present and Future of Historical GIS in Academia Sinica
I-Chun Fan, Hsiung-Ming Liao, Ta-Chien Chan, Ling-Fang Chang
7-11
■ Articles
Transformation of South Indian Local Society in the Late Pre-colonial Period
Tsukasa Mizushima
12-16
Historical GIS Studies in Japan: Scholarship and Internet Dissemination of the Rapid Survey Maps
David S. Sprague, Nobusuke Iwasaki
17-21
GIS as a Tool for Researching the Socioeconomic History of Modern Egypt
Hiroshi Kato, Hiroomi Tsumura, Erina Iwasaki
22-32
How did the Nomads Act during the 1916 Revolt in Russian Turkistan?
Akira Ueda
33-44
Coast Line Expansion and Social Dynamics. The Comal Estuary 1850s - 2010s
Pujo Semedi
45-50
A Preliminary Study on how G.I.S. Know-How Can Spatially Rep-resent the Distribution of Nineteenth Century Illegal Gambling Apprehensions in the Province of Manila
Marco Stefan B. Lagman
51-60
■ Research in Progress
A Geographical Computerization of Nankai Megathrust Earthquakes' Tsunami Monuments and the Recent Application of GIS in Japanese Ancient Historical and Archaeological Studies
Yoichi Seino, Masakazu Matsushita, Tomokatsu Uozu
61-64
Activities of ANGIS 65-66
Guideline of ANGIS 67
Editor's Notes
Hiroshi Kato
68


 


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