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Valorising and disseminating geographic and urban information

Valorising and disseminating geographic and urban information

Prodig has developed expertise on the valorisation and dissemination of geographic information. Our current objective is to consolidate this expertise, and to support its dissemination online and its integration into national databases. Our ambition to disseminate geographic information is also at the heart of cross-cutting action “Questions Urbaines dans les Pays du Sud” (“Urban Issues in Southern Countries”): the aim of this action is to develop institutional and academic networks in Southern (...)

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Producing geographical and urban information

The Prodig Joint Research Unit has a strong tradition in the production of geographical information. Our current tools are permanently adapted to the new realities of scientific research. They also need to support the emergence of new lines of investigation, especially in the high-growth field of urban studies.

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Academic publications

Electronic journal ÉchoGéo is hosted by Prodig, which provides it with administrative support. It publishes papers on societies, development and the environment. Although the journal is supported by Prodig, ÉchoGéo remains open to the national and international community (half of the members of its editorial and peer-review committees are from outside Prodig) in order to preserve its editorial independence. The academic dissemination of the laboratory’s research outcomes is achieved through the (...)

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Documentary publications

In the field of documentation and publications, this stream of work associates the valorisation of geographic information in general with actions aimed at publicising urban research projects led by Prodig. We will keep producing new publications as part of the International Geographical Bibliography (IGB): bibliographic records labelled as “Geography” will be integrated into the CNRS’s “Francis” database and published annually. Over the coming five-year period, our international scientific (...)

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