By: Robert Scally
187 pages, Figs, maps, col photos
Scally, a journalist who specializes in simplifying technical topics for general readers, describes a selection of projects that showcase how geographic information systems (GIS) technology contributes to various aspects of environmental management such as monitoring biodiversity and pollution, managing coastal zones, and detecting habitat change.
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