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Spatial Information for Land Use Management

Edited by Michael J. Hill, Richard J. Aspinall

CRC Press – 2000 – 252 pages

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    978-90-5699-315-3
    November 17th 2000

Description

Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Remote Sensing, and environmental modelling are increasingly being used to address land use and land use management issues although much of the development in these applications is based in specific case studies that are not readily accessible to a wide audience. Spatial Information for Land Use Management is designed as a reference that provides a description and discussion of the issues involved in the use of spatial information for land use management. The chapters include detailed examples of the use of spatial information in land use management. The book begins with the technological methods, examines applications in a variety of environments, and describes the ways in which issues of scale, uncertainty, linkage of models and GIS, and problem solution have been addressed.

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  1. Earth Sciences

Name: Spatial Information for Land Use Management (Hardback)CRC Press 
Description: Edited by Michael J. Hill, Richard J. Aspinall. Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Remote Sensing, and environmental modelling are increasingly being used to address land use and land use management issues although much of the development in these applications is based in specific case studies that...
Categories: Earth Sciences