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Coastal and Marine Geo-Information Systems: Applying the Technology to the Environment

Series: Coastal Systems and Continental Margins Volume: 4

Edited By: David G Green and Stephen D King

596 pages, Figs, tabs, maps

Springer-Verlag

Hardback | Dec 2003 | #138527 | ISBN: 0792356861
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NHBS Price: £222.50 $280/€261 approx

About this book

Comprises a collection of 40 chapters by experts dealing with the applications of GIS, remote sensing, cartography, visualisation and GPS to coastal and marine environments around the world. It relates these practices to fisheries, coastal geomorphology, the use of remote-sensed imagery, coastal vegetation mapping, coastal pollution, landscape ecology, and decision support systems.


Contents

From the contents:Part I: The Setting.- Part II: The Coastal Zone.- Part III: Example Applications.- Part IV: Habitat.- Part V: Technology.- Part VI: Geographic Information Systems and Decision Support Systems.- Part VII: Remote Sensing.- Part VIII: Developments and the Future.- Index.

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