Getting Started with Geographic Information Systems

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Pearson Education, 2011 - Science - 369 pages
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Designed to make the complexity of this essential high-tech field accessible to beginning students, this text provides a basic, non-technical, and student-friendly introduction to geographic information systems. In one convenient source, its comprehensive, integrated coverage examines the basic GIS material that is traditionally scattered throughout the Geography curriculum--e.g., in Cartography, GIS spatial analysis, and quantitative methods. Clarke's "learn-by-seeing" approach features clear, simple explanations, and an abundance of illustrations and photos.

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