By: Richard Wadsworth and Jo Treweek
184 pages, 4 col plates, figs, tabs
Introduces fundamental principles of GIS with particular emphasis on data acquisition, handling and analysis, with respect to ecology and the environmental sciences.
1. Geographic Information Systems, Ecology and the Environment 2. Thinking Spatially - Space, Place and Time 3. Getting your Project Started 4. Sources of Data 5. Getting to Grips eith GIS 6. Visualisation and Communication 7. Applications in Ecology Glossary of Terms Appendix References Index
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