Mountain environments and geographic information systems
By M.F.Price and D.I.Heywood (eds), 1994, Taylor and Francis, London, 309 pp.. ISBN 07484 0088 5.
The editors have organized this compilation of international papers into a cohesive Dow of information useful for those experienced in Geographic Information System (GIS) applications, as well as people more interested in the subject of mountain environments themselves. The focus of mountain environments for GIS applications provides an excellent framework for those just wishing to learn more about GIS is technology.
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