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FlowMap - Software Application Designed to Analyze and Display Flow Data
Entry ID: FLOMAP
Abstract: Flowmap is a software package dedicated to analyzing and displaying interaction or flow data. This type of data is special in the sense that there are two different geographic locations connected to each data item: an origin location where the flow starts and an destination location where the flow ends. The flow data itself can consist of people (e.g. commuters, shoppers, hospital visitors), ... goods, usage of agricultural services or telecommunication and so on.
However, most thematic mapping and GIS packages have little functionality for treating this kind of information. Now Flowmap fills this gap. Flowmap is a PC software package (Windows 95/98/2000/ME/XP and will in most cases also work within Windows Vista and Windows 7), developed at the Faculty of Geosciences of the Utrecht University in the Netherlands.
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Use Constraints The Educational Version of Flowmap is freeware. The program files, manuals and demonstration data of Flowmap's Educational Version may be freely copied and distributed. However, they may not be sold, neither alone nor as part of a package with other programs, data files or any other product.
Although we do our best to make sure Flowmap works properly in most everyday situations, we ... provide it 'as is', without guarantee or warranty. We can not accept responsibility for any damage that may result from the installation or use of Flowmap. We do invite you, however, to report any problems to us.
If you publish about Flowmap or about research in which you use Flowmap, or if you use Flowmap in any other way in the preparation of a publication, we would appreciate it if you mention "Flowmap" and the "Faculty of Geographical Sciences, Utrecht University, the Netherlands" in the publication and send us a copy.
Important Please do not modify the file READTHIS.1ST and do include it in any distribution of Flowmap's Educational Version.
Hopkins D.W., Sparrow, A.D., Gregorich, E.G., Elberling, B., Novis, P., Fraser, F., Scrimgeour, C., Dennis, P.G.. Meier-Augenstein W. & Greenfield, L.G. 2009. Isotopic evidence for the provenance and turnover of organic carbon by soil microorganisms in the Antarctic dry valleys. Environmental Microbiology, doi:10.1111/j.1462-2920.2008.01830.x
Hopkins, D.W., Sparrow, A.D., Shillam, L.L., English, L.C., Dennis, P.G., Novis, P., Elberling, B., Gregorich, E.G. & Greenfield, L.G. 2008. Enzymatic activities and microbial communities in an Antarctic dry valley soil: Responses to C and N supplementation. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 40: 2130-2136.
Hopkins, D.W., Sparrow, A.D., Gregorich, E.G., Novis, P., Elberling, B. & Greenfield, L.G. 2008. Redistributed lacustrine detritus as a spatial subsidy of biological resources for soils in an Antarctic dry valley. Geoderma, 144: 86-92.
Novis, P.M., Whitehead, D., Gregorich, E.G., Hunt, J.E., Sparrow, A.D., Hopkins, D.W., Elberling, B., & Greenfield, L.G. 2007. Annual carbon fixation in terrestrial populations of Nostoc commune (Cyanobacteria) from an Antarctic dry valley is driven by temperature regime. Global Change Biology 13: 1224-1237.
Hopkins, D.W., Sparrow, A.D., Novis, P.M., Gregorich, E.G., Elberling, B. & Greenfield, L.G. 2006. Controls on the distribution of productivity and organic resources in Antarctic dry valley soils. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B: Biological Sciences 273: 2687-2695. [Invited review]
Elberling, B., Gregorich, E.G., Hopkins, D.W., Sparrow, A.D., Novis, P., & Greenfield, L.G. 2006. Distribution and dynamics of soil organic matter in an Antarctic dry valley. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38: 3095-3106.
Gregorich, E.G., Hopkins, D.W., Elberling, B., Novis, P., Sparrow, A.D., Greenfield, L.G. & Rochette, P. 2006. Biogenic gas emission from lakeshore soils in an Antarctic dry valley. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38: 3120-3129.
Hopkins, D.W., Sparrow, A.D., Elberling, B., Gregorich, E.G., Novis, P., Greenfield, L.G., & Tilston, E.L.. 2006. Carbon, nitrogen and temperature controls on microbial activity in soils from an Antarctic dry valley. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38: 3130-3140.
Hopkins, D.W., Elberling, B., Greenfield, L.G., Gregorich, E.G., Novis, P., O’Donnell, A.G. & Sparrow, A.D. 2005. Soil micro-organisms in Antarctic dry valleys: resource supply and utilization. In: G.M. Gadd, K.T. Semple & H.M. Lappin-Scott (eds). SGM Symposium 65: Micro-organisms and Earth Systems – Advances in Geomicrobiology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. pp.71-84.
Hopkins, D., Sparrow, A., et al. 2008. Biogeochemical transformations and responses to change of soils organisms in Antarctic dry valleys. Joint Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR)/International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) International Polar Year Conference, St Petersburg, Russia, 8-11 July, 2008.
Novis, P., Smissen, R., Sparrow, A., Whitehead, D., Hunt, J., Gregorich, E., Hopkins, D., Elberling, B., Broady, P., & Greenfield, L. 2007. Nostoc commune in Victoria Land. Antarctica New Zealand Latitudinal Gradient Workshop, Wellington, NZ, 2 July 2007.
Elberling, B., Gregorich E.G., Hopkins D.W., Sparrow A.D., Novis P. & Greenfield L.G. 2007. Controls on soil organic matter decomposition in an Antarctic dry valley. International Symposium on Soil Processes Under Extreme Meteorological Conditions. Bayreuth, Germany, 25-28 February 2007.
Hopkins, D.W., Sparrow, A.D., Gregorich, E.G., Elberling, B., Greenfield, L.G. & Novis, P. 2006. Controls on biological activity in soils from Antarctic dry valleys. 18th World Congress of Soil Science. Philadelphia, USA, 9-16 July 2006.
Sparrow, A., Elberling, B., Greenfield, L., Gregorich, E., Hopkins, D., Novis, P. & Wardle, D. 2005. Antarctic dry valley soil organic matter and microbial communities: within-valley heterogeneity of composition and function. Ecological Society of America Annual Conference, Montreal, 8-12 August, 2005.
Hopkins, D., Greenfield, L., Wardle, D., Novis, P., Sparrow, A., Gregorich, E., Elberling, B., O’Donnell,T., & English, L. 2005. Resources and diversity. Synthesis of Soil Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning in Victoria Land, Antarctica: An NSF-Sponsored Workshop. Jekyll Island, USA, 21-23 April, 2005.
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