International Work Group on Geospatial
Analysis of Glaciated Environments (GAGE)
International Union for Quaternary Research--INQUA
The activities of this work group focus on investigations of modern and ancient glaciated
environments utilizing techniques of geographic information systems (GIS). Data may be
derived from traditional methods of field mapping, from various types of aerial and space
remote sensing, as well as from existing maps and data bases. GAGE commenced its official
activity at the INQUA Congress in Berlin, Germany (Aug. '95). GAGE has undertaken several
major projects for the past and current inter-congress periods.
Membership is open to any interested scientist and/or science student from diverse
disciplines, including geography, geology, cartography, remote sensing, hydrology,
glaciology, engineering, etc. There is no cost for corresponding membership in the work
Full information on GAGE workgroup.
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