Network Activities


Spatial Science Research Data

Information portals, thematic maps and monitoring - the Leibniz R-Institutes and other spatial science institutions collect spatial data and prepare them for further use. An overview of the directly linked research data offer (in German) can be found below.
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Spatial Science Colloquium

Leibniz R organises the biennial Spatial Science Colloquium to promote dialogue and exchange between science, politics and practice on current issues of spatial development. An overview of the last colloquia can be found on the following webside.
Overview of Spatial Science Colloquia

Leibniz R’s Policy Output

How effect current scientific findings about spatial processes the practice? Here, we present our network members’ most important outputs and position papers related to the network’s joint research topics.
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Leibniz R Journal

Raumforschung und Raumordnung | Spatial Research and Planning is a forum for topics and debates relevant to the field of spatial sciences. The interdisciplinary journal addresses issues of spatial development and planning. It focuses on urban and regional planning, demographic and urban spatial change, landscape development, environmental planning, sustainable development, adaptation to climate change, mobility, economic geography, regional governance and planning theories. The journal is published Open Access („golden“ road to OA) by oekom.

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Network partners

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The Leibniz research network Spatial Knowledge for Society and Environment – Leibniz R is one of ten research networks in the Leibniz Association. The network partners analyse social, ecological and economic processes and interrelations in the spatial context.

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