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Geographic Information Systems, Remote Sensing and Mapping for the Development and Management of Marine Aquaculture

Series: FAO Fisheries Technical Papers Volume: 458
By: James McDaid Kaptsky
Geographic Information Systems, Remote Sensing and Mapping for the Development and Management of Marine Aquaculture
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  • Geographic Information Systems, Remote Sensing and Mapping for the Development and Management of Marine Aquaculture ISBN: 9789251056462 Paperback Feb 2007 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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The objective of this document is to illustrate the ways in which Geographical Information Systems (GIS), remote sensing and mapping can play a role in the development and management of marine aquaculture. The perspective is global. The approach is to employ example applications that have been aimed at resolving many of the important issues in marine aquaculture. The underlying purpose is to stimulate the interest of individuals in the government, industry and educational sectors of marine aquaculture to make more effective use of these tools. A brief introduction to spatial tools and their use in the marine fisheries sector precedes the example applications. The most recent applications have been selected to be indicative of the state of the art, allowing readers to make their own assessments of the benefits and limitations of use of these tools in their own disciplines.

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Series: FAO Fisheries Technical Papers Volume: 458
By: James McDaid Kaptsky
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