While pandemonium has come to mean wild and noisy disorder, the reference here is to John Milton's epic poem Paradise Lost and the upheaval following Lucifer's banishment from Heaven and his construction of Pandæmonium as his hub. Today's avalanche of conflicting news on how to deal with the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) brings to mind the Trinity nuclear bomb test with Enrico Fermi estimating its strength by releasing small pieces of paper into the air and measuring their displacement by the shock wave. [Read more]Read more about Covid-19: Pandemonium in our time
Geospatial Health is the Journal of the GIS Laboratory at the Department of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Production, Regional Center for Monitoring Parasitic Infections (CREMOPAR), University of Naples Federico II (https://www.mvpa-unina.org).
Geospatial Health is also the official journal of the International Society of Geospatial Health (www.GnosisGIS.org). The journal was founded in 2006 at the University of Naples Federico II by Giuseppe Cringoli, John B. Malone, Robert Bergquist and Laura Rinaldi. The focus of the journal is on all aspects of the application of geographical information systems, remote sensing, global positioning systems, spatial statistics and other geospatial tools in human and veterinary health. The journal publishes two issues per year.