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By: Peter Halls, Colin McClean and Geraldine Newton-Cross
Presents ecologists and environmental scientists with the practical tools and guidance on how to use specific geographic information systems for different applications. Taking a holistic approach, its introduces fundamental GIS concepts and related elements of spatial analysis such as GPS as and when required. Features include: support by worked examples and case studies from a variety of international data sources and locations discussions of the main GIS software used for natural resource applications an accompanying website with programme-specific downloadable script instructions.
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