Geodesign leverages GIS&T to allow collaborations that result in geographically specific, adaptive and resilient solutions to complex problems across scales of the built and natural environment. Geodesign is rooted in decades of research and practice. Building on that history, is a contemporary approach that embraces the latest in GIS&T, visualization, and social science, all of which is organized around a unique framework process involving six models. More than just technology or GIS, Geodesign is a way of thinking when faced with complicated spatial issues that need systematic, creative, and integrative solutions. Geodesign holds great promise for addressing the complexity of interrelated issues associated with growth and landscape change. Geodesign empowers through design combined with data and analytics to shape our environments and create desired futures.
The Domain Applications knowledge area focuses on the linkages between the foundational GIS&T competencies found in other components of the Body of Knowledge and their implementation across a wide range of application areas, highlighting their scope and depth and providing evaluation of their impacts. This Knowledge Area is new and therefore was not part of the first GIS&T Body of Knowledge, published in 2006.
Entries that have been completed are in bold. Forthcoming, future topics are italicized.
If you’d like to propose an entry on a topic missing from the list, please contact the Domain Applications knowledge area editor Jeff Hamerlinck <jeff.hamerlinck @ uwyo.edu> or the GIS&T BoK Project Manager, Diana Sinton (email@example.com).
|Agriculture||Forestry||Urban & Regional Planning|
|Architecture||Hydrology and Hydraulics||Water Resources|
|Civil Engineering||Insurance||Wildlife & Fisheries Science and Management|
|Commercial Business||Land Administration|
|Criminal Justice / Law Enforcement||Landscape Ecology|
|Digital Humanities||Marine Science|
|Earth Science Research||Marketing|
|Economic Development||Geospatial Intelligence & National Security|
|Ecosystem Science & Management||Natural Resource Management|
|Emergency Response||Public Policy|
|Energy Development||Real Estate|
|Environmental Science & Management||Recreation Planning & Management|