The interactive maps from the manuscript "Recent trends in daily rainfall extremes over Montenegro (1951–2010)" submitted in the Natural Hazards and Earth Systems Sciences journal. The maps are available here.
The obtained dasymetric map was mapped by the plotGoogleMaps tool developed and designed in the open source R software language, which is utilized for the automatic creation of web maps by combining the users’ data and Google Maps layers (Kilibarda and Bajat, 2012). The map of population density in Serbia is available in HTML format at PopDensSerbia2006. The dasymetric map of Serbia provides a more reliable view into the allocation of inhabitants, which can be of significant importance when estimating population distributions. GIS GeoTiff format is available for download for each municipality (by click on municipality polygon).
The interactive maps from the paper "Spatial pattern of recent rainfall trends in Serbia (1961–2009)" published in the Regional Environmental Change journal. The maps are available here.
The interactive maps from the paper "The preliminary damage assessment of properties based on massive appraisal maps" presented at the 1st Regional Symposium on Landslides in the Adriatic-Balkan Region in Zagreb 2013. The maps are available in HTML format and KML format.
The interactive maps from the paper "Spatial analysis of the temperature trends in Serbia during the period 1961-2010" published in the Theoretical and Applied Climatology journal. The maps are available here.
Chapter Spatial Hedonic Modeling of Housing Prices Using Auxiliary Maps in the book Spatial Analysis and Location Modeling in Urban and Regional Systems of Springer’s Advances in Geographic Information Science Series. The maps are available here.
The interactive maps from the manuscript "High Resolution Grid of Potential Incoming Solar Radiation for Serbia" submitted in the Thermal science journal. The maps are available here.
The interactive maps from the manuscript "Layer-specific spatial prediction of As concentration in copper smelter vicinity considering the terrain exposure" submitted in the Journal of Geochemical Exploration. The maps are available here.
The interactive map from the paper "Development of Interactive 1D/2D Geodetic Control Network Design and Adjustment software in open source/free environment (R + Google Earth+ Google Maps)", presented at the SIG 2016 - International Symposium on Engineering Geodesy in Varaždin, Croatia, 2016. The map is available here.