By Francis Harvey
New to This Edition
*Chapter on on-line mapping and large Data.
*New and up-to-date discussions of distant sensing, vector and raster information types, place privateness, makes use of of geocoding, and different well timed topics.
*Chapter at the many makes use of of GIS, akin to in industry analyses, emergency responding, and monitoring of epidemics.
*Section overviews and an end-of-book glossary.
*Modules and person chapters can be utilized sequentially or in any order.
*End-of-chapter assessment questions with solutions, routines, and prolonged routines for making use of theories and concepts.
*"In-Depth" sidebars providing a better examine key thoughts and applications.
*End-of-chapter hyperlinks to appropriate internet resources.
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