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IT IS REALLY HOT! Again!
So it seems, we need to repeat an updated version of a Blogpost from exactly one year ago:
You are looking for a more shady pedestrian route through the urban jungle? You might then prefer some routes that go through public green spaces with shady trees and bushes. Thank goodness we are working on [...]

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GIScience methods are becoming more and more widespread in different domains. A current review article under involvement of HeiGIT researchers discusses the potential of ambulatory assessments and GIScience approaches for physical activity research. The article is on of the outcomes of the 2nd International CAPA Workshop 2019 “Physical Activity Assessment – State of the [...]

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Today the time has come: The “meinGrün” web app for Dresden and Heidelberg is officially launched.
With the mobile application you can (re-)discover known and unknown green spaces and find a pleasant route to those. Users can learn about the functions of the app via virtual scavenger hunt. The app is the result of the [...]

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HeiGIT|GIScience HD beteiligt sich auch dieses Jahr am Fachaustausch geoActive (28.11.2019,  12.00 - 16.00 Uhr, halle02, Heidelberg) des GeoNet.MRN. In diesem Jahr werden wir als Teil des Open Space Konzeptes den aktuellen Stand der App meinGrün vorstellen und Informationen zu den Hintergründen des Projektes liefern.

Das Projekt hat es sich als Ziel gesetzt, die Nutzung urbaner [...]

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Beim Konsortialtreffen letzte Woche haben wir die erste Beta Version der meinGrün App fertiggestellt. Jetzt benötigen wir Grünflächen-Enthusiasten, die mit uns zusammen die App testen, um sie weiter zu verbessern. Diesen Samstag findet unser erstes Test-Event statt:
WO: Volkshochschule Heidelberg in der Cafeteria - Bergheimer Straße 76
WANN: diesen Samstag, 26.10.19 von 10:30 Uhr bis 13:00
Zum geplanten [...]

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only a 2 days left for Pre-Registration 1st Climathon in Heidelberg am 26.-27. Oct 2019 am EMBL mit Unterstützung von HeiGIT/GIScience Heidelberg

We are happy to share that GIScience Heidelberg/HeiGIT participate in the 1st Climathon in Heidelberg on Sat/Sun 26.-27. Oct 2019 at EMBL Heidelberg with a challenge on the following topic:
Boost bicycle usage through more attractive [...]

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Rapid worldwide urbanization benefits humans in many aspects, but the prevalence of common psychiatric disorders is increased in urban populations. While the impact of city living and urban upbringing on mental health is well established, it remains elusive which of the multiple factors of urban living convey risk and resilience for mental disorders. For example, [...]

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We are happy to share that GIScience Heidelberg/HeiGIT participate in the 1st Climathon in Heidelberg on Sat/Sun 26.-27. Oct 2019 at EMBL Heidelberg with a challenge on the following topic:
Boost bicycle usage through more attractive bicycle routes
Identify factors that make a bike route attractive and develop a prototype estimating these factors to facilitate bike route [...]

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Rapid worldwide urbanization benefits humans in many aspects, but the prevalence of common psychiatric disorders is increased in urban populations. While the impact of city living and urban upbringing on mental health is well established, it remains elusive which of the multiple factors of urban living convey risk and resilience for mental disorders. For example, [...]

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INTERDISCIPLINARY NATURE STUDY SHOWS THAT INNER TOWN GREEN DIRECTLY INFLUENCES ON CITY RESIDENTS
Inner city green areas such as lawns, flowerbeds, trees or parks can directly improve the well-being of city dwellers. These are the findings of a recent study conducted by scientists from GIScience Research Group at Heidelberg University and the Heidelberg Institute for Geoinformation [...]

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