By: Andrew A Lovett (Editor), Katy Appleton (Editor)
259 pages, Figs, tabs
With various applications increasing all over the world, "GIS for Environmental Decision-Making" highlights innovations related to new sources of data, advancements in analytical techniques, and involvement in public communication and participative processes. This text provides an up-to-date overview of the use of GIS, complementing introductory texts by presenting more advanced material. Including numerous examples of GIS in different countries, it presents key aspects of environmental GIS with an emphasis on important research directions and future challenges. This book features contributions from well-known authors that provide information on the state-of-the-art in GIS technology.
Introduction. Data for Decision Making. Tools to Support Decision Making. Participation in Decision Making.
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