APPENDIX B
BACKGROUND PAPERS

PUBLISHED ARTICLES

Steven D. Dorfman, ''Satellite Communications in the Global Information Infrastructure,'' Revolution in the U.S. Information Infrastructure , National Academy of Engineering, Washington, DC, 1995.*

Xavier R. Lopez, "Stimulating GIS Innovation Through the Dissemination of Geographic Information," Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association 8(2), (Fall 1996), University of Wisconsin Press: Madison.

John E. Major, "Current Trends and Likely Futures in Wireless Systems," Revolution in the U.S. Information Infrastructure, National Academy of Engineering, Washington, DC, 1995.*

John S. Mayo, "The Evolution of Information Infrastructures: The Competitive Search for Solutions," Revolution in the U.S. Information Infrastructure, National Academy of Engineering, Washington, DC, 1995.*

Harlan J. Onsurd, Jeffrey Johnson, and Judy Winnecki, "GIS Dissemination Policy: Two Surveys and a Suggested Approach," Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association, University of Wisconsin Press: Madison.

Michael Wegener and Ian Masser, "Brave New GIS Worlds," in Ian Masser, Heather Campbell, and Max Craglia, eds., GIS Diffusion: The Adoption and Use of Geographical Information Systems in Local Government in Europe, Taylor & Francis, London, 1996.

Lawrence Wilkinson, "How to Build Scenarios: Planning for 'Long-Fuse, Big Bang' Problems in an Era of Uncertainty," Wired, 1995.

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 Revolution in the U.S. Information Infrastructure is available at the following URL: http://www.nap.edu/readingroom/books/newpath/.



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The Future of Spatial Data and Society: Summary of a Workshop APPENDIX B BACKGROUND PAPERS PUBLISHED ARTICLES Steven D. Dorfman, ''Satellite Communications in the Global Information Infrastructure,'' Revolution in the U.S. Information Infrastructure , National Academy of Engineering, Washington, DC, 1995.* Xavier R. Lopez, "Stimulating GIS Innovation Through the Dissemination of Geographic Information," Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association 8(2), (Fall 1996), University of Wisconsin Press: Madison. John E. Major, "Current Trends and Likely Futures in Wireless Systems," Revolution in the U.S. Information Infrastructure, National Academy of Engineering, Washington, DC, 1995.* John S. Mayo, "The Evolution of Information Infrastructures: The Competitive Search for Solutions," Revolution in the U.S. Information Infrastructure, National Academy of Engineering, Washington, DC, 1995.* Harlan J. Onsurd, Jeffrey Johnson, and Judy Winnecki, "GIS Dissemination Policy: Two Surveys and a Suggested Approach," Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association, University of Wisconsin Press: Madison. Michael Wegener and Ian Masser, "Brave New GIS Worlds," in Ian Masser, Heather Campbell, and Max Craglia, eds., GIS Diffusion: The Adoption and Use of Geographical Information Systems in Local Government in Europe, Taylor & Francis, London, 1996. Lawrence Wilkinson, "How to Build Scenarios: Planning for 'Long-Fuse, Big Bang' Problems in an Era of Uncertainty," Wired, 1995. *    Revolution in the U.S. Information Infrastructure is available at the following URL: http://www.nap.edu/readingroom/books/newpath/.

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The Future of Spatial Data and Society: Summary of a Workshop PAPERS PREPARED FOR THE WORKSHOP The following white papers were prepared and distributed to the workshop participants as provocative authored articles; they were designed to stimulate thought and were not peer reviewed. The full papers (generally 4 to 5 pages) are available on the Worldwide Web at http://www2.nas.edu/besr/224a.html. This web site will be maintained at least through the end of 1998. Research Mechanisms, Michael F. Goodchild and Michael J. Folk Local Thinking About the National Spatial Data Infrastrucure: How Will Rural Local Governments Access the Information Superhighway?, University of Wisconsin-Madison NSDI Seminar Participants Comments on Law and Government Mechanisms, Lee C. Gerhard Winds of Change, Hugh N. Archer Spatial Data Partnerships in the Knowledge Age, John D. Bossler and Michael O. Varner Spatial Data in the Classroom: A Vision for Education, Barbara P. Buttenfield and Sara L. McLafferty Promoting the Educated Use of Spatial Data: The Internet, Worldwide Web, and NSDI, Kenneth E. Foote The Final Stages of Land Records Modernization and Their Associated Benefits: The Pot at the End of the Rainbow?, David L. Tulloch, Bernard J. Niemann, Jr., Stephen J. Ventura, and Earl F. Epstein One-Meter GSD Imagery from Space: Not Just Better Spatial Resolution, Jon D. Dykstra A Look Back 10 Years, Nancy von Meyer