Conservation Geography: Case Studies in GIS, Computer Mapping, and Activism

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Charles L. Convis
ESRI Press, 2001 - Computers - 219 pages
Describes the ways in which GIS technology is revolutionizing the work of nonprofit organizations and conservation groups worldwide as they work to save the earth's plants, animals, and natural resources. This book uses case studies to demonstrate how computers and GIS synthesize information into a single, and analytic framework.

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Charles L. "Chuck" Convis has been writing Old West history for forty years. He is the biographer of Myles Keogh of Indian Wars fame, and has been published in many western magazines and journals. A retired trial lawyer, he has lived in Nevada for ten years, where he writes and gives talks on Nevada history.

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