Geomatics Indaba spacial edition

The papers in this special issue of the SAJG were presented at Geomatics Indaba 2016, an event organised by the Geo-Information Society of South Africa (GISSA), the South African Geomatics Institute (SAGI), and the Institute of Mine Surveyors of Southern Africa (IMSSA), in partnership with EE Publishers.

Table of Contents


Foreword: South African Journal of Geomatics Special Edition PDF
Frederick Cawood i-iii


Evaluating a Public Sector Organisation for SDI Readiness – The Case of a South African Government Department PDF
Sibusisiwe Hlela, Serena Coetzee, Antony Cooper 95-107
120 Years of Education for Mine Surveyors in South Africa A Framework for the Mine Survey Profession PDF
Hendrik Grobler 108-119
Total Station Survey Monitoring Through an Observation Window: A Systematic Error Correction to Remove the Effects of Glass Properties PDF
Thomas Afeni, Frederick Cawood 120-141
Mapping GPS Multipath: a Case Study for the Lunar Laser Ranger Timing Antenna at HartRAO PDF
Cilence Munghemezulu, Ludwig Combrinck, Joel Botai, Zinhle Mashaba 142-155
The Use of Supply Chains and Supply Chain Management in the Production of Forensic Maps Using Data from a Fraud Case PDF
Peter Schmitz 156-174
Does the Underground Sidewall Station Survey Method Meet MHSA Standards? PDF
Hendrik Grobler 175-185
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Photogrammetry Produces Accurate High-resolution Orthophotos, Point Clouds and Surface Models for Mapping Wetlands PDF
Marinus Axel Boon, Richard Greenfield, Solomon Tesfamichael 186-200
Assessing the Potential of Remote Sensing to Discriminate Invasive Seriphium Plumosum from Grass PDF
Bambo Dubula, Solomon Tesfamichael, Isaac Rampedi 201-213
Assessing the Utility of the SPOT 6 Sensor in Detecting and Mapping Lantana camara for a Community Clearing Project in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa PDF
Zakariyyaa Oumar 214-226
Evaluating Spectral Indices for Winter Wheat Health Status Monitoring in Bloemfontein using Landsat 8 data PDF
Zinhle Mashaba, George Chirima, Joel Botai, Ludwig Combrinck, Cilence Munghemezulu 227-243
An Assessment of the Impact of Climate Change on Plant Species Richness Through an Analysis of the Normalised Difference Water Index (NDWI) in Mutirikwi Sub-catchment, Zimbabwe PDF
Lazarus Chapungu, Luxon Nhamo 244-268