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Session
B22: Digital Humanities & Location
Zeit:
Freitag, 05.07.2019:
11:00 - 12:30

Chair der Sitzung: Robert Vogler
Ort: B - Blauer Hörsaal
HS402

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Präsentationen

Simulating Future Urban Expansion in Monastir, Tunisia, as an Input for the Development of Future Flash Flood Risk Scenarios

Mostapha Harb1, Michael Hagenlocher1, Davide Cotti1, Elke Kratzschmar2, Hayet Baccouche2, Karem Ben Khaled2, Felicitas Bellert2, Bouraoui Chebil3, Anis Ben Fredj3, Sonia Ayed3, Matthias Garschagen1,4

1United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS), Germany; 2Industrieanlagen-Betriebsgesellschaft mbH (IABG mbH); 3Municipality of Monastir; 4Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU), Department of Geography

As a result of urbanization coupled with an increasing frequency and intensity of natural hazards, urban disaster risk is on the rise. Simulating future urban expansion can provide relevant information for the development of future exposure scenarios and the identification of targeted risk reduction and adaptation strategies. Here, we present an application of an urban growth simulation for the coastal city of Monastir, Tunisia. The approach integrates local knowledge and a data-driven urban growth model to simulate urban sprawl until 2030. A business-as-usual projection is used to predict the future growth of the city based on the historical trend. Thirteen Landsat images for the period 1975 to 2017 were used to delineate past changes in urban land cover following the European Urban Atlas standard, which served as the main input for the urban growth model. The simulation revealed that the city is likely to grow by additional 127 hectares to an overall size of 1,690 hectares of residential area by 2030, corresponding to 8.1 % growth compared to the urban footprint of 2017. The outcomes of the analysis presented here served as an input for the spatial simulation of future exposure and flash floods risk scenarios in the case study area.



Spatial Perspectives in the Context of Research Infrastructures for GeoHumanities: Co-Designing Collaborations with the Potential to Transform the Way We Think

Eveline Wandl-Vogt

Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW), Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities (ACDH), Österreich

The author of this paper discusses existing GeoHumanities research infrastructures with a global scope. She introduces a physical and virtual space for innovation and experimentation against the background of Open Innovation. A case study of rethinking content, scope, methodologies and audience of DH projects is discussed on the example of an Ars Electronica Art-Technology Festival contribution. The author focuses on three types of geo-related presentations on the festival: a) a tool, already in place for citizens and with just an adapted festival alike design of the face to face interaction - b) a tool for scientists from scientists - c) a purpose driven co-designed and co-developed tool by artists, a humanist and a software developer.



Linguistic Landscaping at School - a Teaching Design

Manuel Huyer

Universität Salzburg, Österreich

Im Rahmen meiner Bachelorarbeit in Geographie bei Dr. Thomas Jekel ist aus einer Idee eine Fächerübergreifende Arbeit aus Geographie und Deutsch entstanden, in der es um Linguistic Landscaping - eine linguistische Methode zur Untersuchung visuell wahrnehmbarer Sprache - und deren Anwendung in der Schule geht. Die Methode soll didaktisiert und für den Schulunterricht verwendbar gemacht werden, um etwas neues auszuprobieren. Die Verknüpfung von Sprache und Raum bietet dabei einen hervorragenden Berührpunkt der beiden Fächer.

Beim Workshop 'Digital Humanities @ Schule 4.0. Co-Creation einer Strategie zur Digitalisierungsinitiative beyond MINDT' im Zuge der 'Digital Humanities Austria 2018' Konferenz wurde die Idee bereits unter FachdidaktikerInnen und VertreterInnen der digital humanities diskutiert, dazu gab es theoretische Inputs, welche in die Arbeit eingeflossen sind.

Für das GI-Forum reiche ich nun eine verknappte Version als short-paper ein.



Uncertain spaces, uncertain places – dealing with geographic information in Digital Humanities on the example of a language legacy data set

Renato Souza

Austrian Academy of Sciences, Österreich

Geographical and spatial information, e.g. locations, regions, municipalities, etc., is often also an integral part of language data collections. This paper outlines and discusses different known and unknown uncertainties of spatial aspects contained in a non-standard German language legacy dataset (DBÖ), that has undergone several stages of data conversion since the early 90es. In this paper the authors introduce a taxonomy of uncertainties exemplified on a specifically devised taxonomy of spatial information for this 100 year old project cluster. Finally, it is discussed how they affect Digital Humanities practice.



 
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