Geographical information systems:principles and applications. Two volumes

Maguire, D. J., Goodchild, M. F. and Rhind, D. W. (1991) Geographical information systems:principles and applications. Two volumes. In: Geographical information systems. Longman, Harlow/Wiley, New York, 649 + 447p. ISBN 0470217898

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Presents 56 contributions, all of which are abstracted separately. Major section headings are: overview, GIS and education, government, commerce, and history; principles, focusing on the nature of spatial data, digital representation, functional issues, display, and operation issues. Volume 2 covers a wide range of applications under headings of; national and international GIS programmes, socio-economic applications, environment, and management. The volumes are extensively illustrated and referenced, and contain summary chapters by the principal authors. -M.Blakemore

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