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Environmental Modelling with GIS and Remote Sensing

Edited By: Andrew Skidmore
268 pages, 25 b/w plates, 50 figs, 25 tabs
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Environmental Modelling with GIS and Remote Sensing
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Details the applications of remote sensing and GIS for environmental modelling and assessment.

Contents

Introduction. Taxonomy of Environmental Models in the Spatial Sciences. New Environmental Remote Sensing Systems. Geographic Data for Environmental Modeling and Assessment. The Biosphere: A Global Perspective. Vegetation Mapping and Monitoring, Applications of Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems in Wildlife Mapping and Modeling. Biodiversity Mapping and Modeling. Approaches to Spatially Distributed Hydrological Modeling in a GIS Environment. Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems for Natural Disaster Management. Land Use Planning and Environmental Impact Assessment Using Geographic Information Systems.

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Edited By: Andrew Skidmore
268 pages, 25 b/w plates, 50 figs, 25 tabs
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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