Eduard Imhof (25 January 1895 – 27 April 1986) was a professor of cartography at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich, from 1925 – 1965. His fame, which extends far beyond the Institute of Technology, stems from his relief shading work on school maps and atlases. —Wikipedia
GIS and Agent-Based Modelling: aims at highlighting and examining the latest advances in the fields of agent-based modeling and GIS. Written by Andrew Crooks, his research interests relate to exploring, understanding and the communication of the physical and socio-economic environments using GIS, spatial analysis, geovisualization, agent-based modeling and social network analysis methodologies.
Esri Napa earthquake map - How GIS Can Aid Emergency Management Susan Cutter, a geography professor at the University of South Carolina, discusses the use of GIS in emergency management and the ‘why of the where’ when working with maps.