This collection focuses on emerging infectious diseases in humans and animals, including the impact of antimicrobial resistance, and brings together research that investigates the relationship between spatial inequalities of all kinds and the impact and prevalence of these infectious diseases. This collection will also welcome papers that seek solutions towards disease control across areas with particularly unequal distribution of resources and opportunities.
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Spatial inequality, infectious diseases and disease control (Cross journal collection)
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I would like to inform you that SpringerOpen has ceased publication of Open Geospatial Data, Software and Standards and is no longer accepting manuscripts for this journal.
Suggested alternative journals for submission include:
City, Territory and Architecture
Swiss Journal of Geosciences
Journal of Big Data
Journal of Geovisualization and Spatial Analysis
Spatial Information Research
PFG – Journal of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Geoinformation Science
As of December 31, 2021 no further articles will be published in the journal, although SpringerOpen will retain a full archive of all published articles.
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Dr. Mohamed Bakillah, Editor-in-Chief
Open geospatial data is an increasingly important paradigm that offers the opportunity to promote the democratization of geographical information, the transparency of governments and institutions, as well as social, economic and environmental opportunities. Open Geospatial Data, Software and Standards' unique feature is to bring together different disciplines that relate to the various forms of open geospatial data, so as to offer a unified view over the related issues and research advances.
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