Getting Started with Geographic Information Systems

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Prentice Hall, 1999 - Geographic information systems - 338 pages
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Designed for maximum accessibility, this updated text offers a non-technical introduction to Geographic Information Systems. It uses simple language and many examples, clearly linking theory and practice. It also provides interviews with GIS professionals, and generic laboratory assignments.

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GISs Roots in Cartography
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Maps as Numbers
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