Research on uncertainty, its characterization, and its role in reasoning have a vibrant tradition in the spatial sciences that needs to be synergistically explored to harvest its potential for future developments. Especially with the emergence of geovisual analytics and particularly a more recent focus on (cognitively) grounded visualizations, new opportunities arise to expand the relatively few visualization techniques for supporting analysts, theoreticians, researchers, and decision-makers in their struggle to integrate uncertainty into decision-making or communicate the uncertainty inherent in their findings. Applications span from climate change assessments, interpreting bushfire models, to spatially varying cancer risks. In this workshop, we will focus the discussions and presentations particularly on:
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