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         Geographic Information Systems:     more books (19)
  1. Geographic Information Systems and Science by Paul A. Longley, Michael F. Goodchild, et all 2005-03-22
  2. Introduction to Geographic Information Systems with Data Files CD-ROM by Kang-tsung Chang, 2009-01-16
  3. Geographic Information Systems and Science by Paul A. Longley, Mike Goodchild, et all 2010-08-09
  4. Introducing Geographic Information Systems with ArcGIS: A Workbook Approach to Learning GIS by Michael Kennedy, 2009-04-13
  5. Geographic Information Systems for the Social Sciences: Investigating Space and Place by Steven J. Steinberg, Sheila L. Steinberg, 2005-08-04
  6. Anthropology, Space, and Geographic Information Systems (Spatial Information Systems)
  7. Concepts and Techniques of Geographic Information Systems (2nd Edition) by Chor Pang Lo, Albert K.W. Yeung, 2006-08-20
  8. Introduction to Geographic Information Systems by Kang-Tsung Chang, 2009-04-01
  9. Getting Started with Geographic Information Systems (5th Edition) (Pearson Prentice Hall Series in Geographic Information Science) by Keith C. Clarke, 2010-04-12
  10. Multidimensional Geographic Information Science (Geographic Information Systems Workshop) by Jonathan Raper, 2000-11-23
  11. Managing Geographic Information Systems, Second Edition by Nancy J. Obermeyer Phd, PhD Jeffrey K. Pinto PhD, 2007-12-03
  12. Geographic Information Systems: Webster's Timeline History, 1920 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2009-02-20
  13. Geographic Information Systems: Applications in Natural Resource Management by Michael G. Wing, Pete Bettinger, 2008-09-15
  14. Introduction to Geographic Information Systems with ArcView GIS Exercises CD-ROM by Kang-tsung (Karl) Chang, 2001-09-25

81. The California Spatial Information Library - CaSIL Home
Welcome to the California geographic information systems (GIS) webportal. The California Mapping Coordinating Committee (CMCC) is
California Home To see today's date, please enable JavaScript.... CaSIL Home Frequently Accessed Data Planned/Proposed Data SPOT Imagery ... Survey Related Links California GIS Council CERES USGS FGDC ... Enviromental Information Catalog
My CA This Site
900 N St.
Sacramento, Ca. 95814
Welcome to the California Geographic Information Systems (GIS) web portal.  The California Mapping Coordinating Committee (CMCC) is in the process of developing a series of GIS-related web pages to provide information on State government GIS activities, access to statewide GIS data, and links to the larger California GIS community.  This website and the Spatial Information Library are works in progress. Starting July 1, 2001 some of California's physical and cultural geospatial information, formerly distributed by the Teale Data Center, is being distributed to the public by the California Mapping Coordinating Committee through servers at the California Environmental Resources Evaluation System (CERES) in the Resources Agency and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Ames Research Center. A pre-release of Version 2.0 of the CaSIL Library is available primarily to make California's DOQs available.

82. On Epidemiology And Geographic Information Systems: A Review And Discussion Of F
Perspectives On Epidemiology and geographic information systems A Reviewand Discussion of Future Directions. geographic information systems.
Emerging Infectious Diseases Volume 2 * Number 2 April-June 1996 Perspectives
On Epidemiology and Geographic Information Systems: A Review and Discussion of Future Directions
Keith C. Clarke, Ph.D., Sara L. McLafferty, Ph.D,. and Barbara J. Tempalski
Hunter College-CUNY, New York, New York, USA Download Article Geographic information systems are powerful automated systems for the capture, storage, retrieval, analysis, and display of spatial data. While the systems have been in development for more than 20 years, recent software has made them substantially easier to use for those outside the field. The systems offer new and expanding opportunities for epidemiology because they allow an informed user to choose between options when geographic distributions are part of the problem. Even when used minimally, these systems allow a spatial perspective on disease. Used to their optimum level, as tools for analysis and decision making, they are indeed a new information management vehicle with a rich potential for public health and epidemiology. Geographic information systems (GIS) are "automated systems for the capture, storage, retrieval, analysis, and display of spatial data"

83. Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Computer management programs to aid in analysis of location based data. Topic is explained by the University of Texas at Arlington. Includes uses for this type of process and resource links.
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UTA Libraries: GIS Program Mission Statement
In cooperation with campus certification and degree programs in GIS, the mission of the library's GIS Program is to continuously increase the use and literacy of GIS at the University of Texas at Arlington. The library's GIS Program is dedicated to providing faculty, students, and staff with access to GIS applications, spatial and attribute data sets, assistance and basic instruction, and necessary computers and other hardware.
For more information, please contact

84. Cartography And Geographic Information Systems
geographic information systems. Educational Resources GIS Analysis WithArcInfo (University of Buffalo); Frequently Asked Questions about GIS;
Resources for Cartography, GIS and Remote Sensing
Last updated April 12, 2002
Maintained by Keith Rice (
Choose one of the items below: Cartography and Map Resources Educational Resources Mapping Resources and Archives

85. PlanningSoft -- IT Solutions For Planning
PlanningSoft provides IT solutions for City and Regional Planning. Expertise in Transportation and Land Use Modeling, Planning Support Systems, geographic information systems (GIS).
PlanningSoft IT Solutions for Planning. PlanningSoft provides IT solutions to planners. We have the expertise in City and Regional Planning, Transportation and Land Use Modeling, Planning Sopport Systems (PSS), Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Statistical Analyses, Computer Programming, Database Management, etc. Our software solutions will streamline planning practices, reduce user learning curve, and improve quality and efficiency. [About Us] [Services] [FAQ] [Links] ... [Contact]

86. Sault College GIS Department
Sault College's geographic information systems program offers quality instruction in the GIS field with upto-date equipment and labs. The College is located in scenic Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada.
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Last Updated March 2003
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87. Wiley :: GIS - Geographic Info Systems
Introduction, 2nd Edition by Paul M. Mather Paperback, June 1999 US $75.00 Add toCart The Design and Implementation of geographic information systems by John,,2777,00.html
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Publication Date Author Refine listing by: All Formats Books E-Books Advances in Environmental Remote Sensing by F. Mark Danson (Editor), Stephen E. Plummer (Editor) Hardcover, April 1995 US $200.00 Add to Cart Advances in Remote Sensing and GIS Analysis by Peter M. Atkinson (Editor), Nicholas J. Tate (Editor) Hardcover, September 1999 US $130.00 Add to Cart Artificial Intelligence in Geography by Stan Openshaw, Christine Openshaw Hardcover, June 1997 US $140.00 Add to Cart Beyond Mapping: Concepts, Algorithms, and Issues in GIS by Joseph K. Berry Paperback, September 1996

88. EMAP Intelligent Geography
Provides a variety of products and services for organisations interested in geographic information. eMAP has the equipment and expertise to provide 'state of the art' assistance in the fields of; aerial photography, geographic information systems (GIS), photogrammetry, orthophotography, and global positioning system (GPS) surveys.

89. UCSB Biogeography Lab Home Page
Established to conduct basic and applied research on the ecology, distribution and conservation status of species and ecosystems with the aid of geographic information systems and remote sensing.
The UCSB Biogeography Lab has moved to the at the University of California, Santa Barbara . The Lab was originally established in 1991 within the Department of Geography to conduct basic and applied research on the ecology, distribution and conservation status of species and ecosystems with the aid of geographic information systems and remote sensing. Research to date has focused on regional scale mapping and modelling of vegetation cover types, wildlife distributions, and long-term vegetation change, as well as on methods for assessing the accuracy of vegetation maps. Recent work has included designing optimal networks of nature reserves for protecting biodiversity. Most work has concentrated on the region of California and the western United States. Research grants are administered by the Institute for Computational Earth System Science . The Lab is directed by Dr. Frank Davis and managed by Dr. David Stoms
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90. Geographic Information Systems Division: About Us
Overview Overview Contact - Staff - Open Positions The Geographic InformationSystems Division (GIS), together with the Geographic Information Analysis
Contact Staff Open Positions
The Geographic Information Systems Division (GIS), together with the Geographic Information Analysis Division (GIA) , form the GIScience concentration at the Department of Geography, University of Zurich. They represent two out of six chairs in the department. Both Divisions have recently been formed by a re-organization of the former Spatial Data Handling Division (SDH) in October 2000. The SDH Division was founded in 1981 by Prof Kurt Brassel, which makes it one of the earliest university groups exclusively devoted to teaching and research in GIScience. If you are interested in an overview of the former SDH Division, follow this link
Address Geographic Information Systems Division (GIS)
Department of Geography
University of Zurich (Irchel)
Winterthurerstr. 190
CH-8057 Zurich, Switzerland
Head Prof. Dr. Robert Weibel
tel: +41-1-635 51 90 fax: +41-1-635 68 48 room: 25L86 email: Secretary: Elisabeth Cottier tel: +41-1-635 51 91 fax: +41-1-635 68 48 room: 25L88 email:

91. RAMAS Ecological Software By Applied Biomathematics
Offers software for ecology, conservation biology, wildlife management, and human health risk analysis. Data analysis for endangered and threatened species, models of extinction risk assessment linked to geographic information systems.
by Applied Biomathematics since 1982
Ecologists, conservation biologists and wildlife managers at over 1,500 institutions in 50 countries have been relying on RAMAS for over 20 years. RAMAS software costs $20-$1,500. It comes with
  • Context-sensitive help Examples based on real data A range of models, from simple to comprehensive, depending on available data

Here are some of our most popular software titles:
Conservation Biology
RAMAS GIS : Linking Spatial Data with Population Viability Analysis ( Version 4.0 now shipping!
RAMAS Multispecies Assessment
: Estimating Multispecies Conservation Values across the Landscape
RAMAS EcoLab with Conservation Biology
(Now available for download
RAMAS Red List
: Threatened Species Classifications Under Uncertainty
RAMAS Ecotoxicology : Population-level Risk Assessment
RAMAS Ecosystem
: Community-level Risk Assessment
RAMAS EcoLab with Applied Population Ecology
(Now available for download
Educational Software for Teaching Ecology and Conservation Biology Click here for more information about running RAMAS programs under the Macintosh OS.

92. ROUTE 66 Geographic Information Systems B.V.
Please select your country. This website is targeted at all countrieswhere ROUTE 66 is active and offers a wealth of information.
Site last updated: 1 March 2003.
Welcome to the ROUTE 66 website... Please select your country This website is targeted at all countries where ROUTE 66 is active and offers a wealth of information. To enter the website please select your home country: Nederland België/Belgique Canada Ceskà Republika Danmark Deutschland España France Ireland Italia Luxembourg Norge Österreich Polska Portugal România Schweiz/Suisse/Svizzera Suomi Sverige United Kingdom United States All feedback is welcome and can be sent to
Prices and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.

93. The University Of Melbourne - Centre For Geographic Systems & Modelling
The Director Centre for geographic information systems and ModellingThe University of Melbourne Parkville, Vic 3052 AUSTRALIA Telephone
Centre for Geographic Information System and Modelling
What is the Centre for Geographic Information Systems and Modelling (CGISM)?

Course Information


Further Enquiries
For further information, please contact:
The Director Centre for Geographic Information Systems and Modelling The University of Melbourne Parkville, Vic 3052 AUSTRALIA Telephone: +61 3 8344 7500 Fax: +61 3 9347 2916 E-mail:
© The University of Melbourne 1994 - 2000.
The University of Melbourne ABN: 84 002 705 224
CRICOS Provider Code: 00116K
Created: 1 August 2000
Last modified: 25 July 2002 Authorised by: Professor Ian Williamson, Head of Department Webspace provided by Department of Geomatics Maintained by: Fiona Ellis, Department of Geomatics Course enquiries to: Web enquiries to:

The mission of our research program is to develop GIS tools and apply them in environmental planning, Category Science Environment Organizations......Research Program in Environmental Planning and geographic information systems,
R esearch Program in
E nvironmental Planning and
G eographic
I nformation
S ystems

, College of Environmental Design, University of California, Berkeley, (510) 642-9205

95. TCEQ's External Geographic Information Systems Page
Go to the Agency Organization Map. Go to the Search page Go to the TCEQHome page See Also GIS Policy. geographic information systems.
See Also:
GIS Policy
Geographic Information Systems

96. Department Of Cartography And Geographic Information Systems
Institute of Geography, Polish Academy of Sciences.Category Science Social Sciences Education......Department of Cartography and geographic information systems, Instituteof Geography, Polish Academy of Sciences. Staff.
wersja polska
Since 1953, our Department has been carrying the rich tradition of the Department of Cartography, Institute of Geography, Polish Academy of Sciences. In 1994 a merger occured with the Laboratory of Geographic Information Systems and GIS tools were brought into editorial works of the Atlas of Poland. Since then, our aim is to combine cartographic know-how, craftmanship and advanced technology.
Administrative Map of Poland 1:500.000
Contracted by Surveyor General of Poland.
Road Map of Poland 1:300.000
Digital Atlas of Poland
Atlas of the Republic of Poland
After many years, the Atlas of the Republic of Poland - most extensive, country-wide cartographic piece of work, is completed. Our Department prepared the General Concept, carried out all cartographic editing and most of the technical editing, as well as co-ordination of contributions by 164 authors. The effect sums up to 157 sheets, containing hundreds of maps. International Sales: Top Kart, P.O.Box 14, 02-105 Warsaw 21, fax (+48 22) 659-62-95
AVISO Geographic Information System
Computer software for spatial data handling and mapping, designed and engineered entirely in Department. Used extensively for mapping projects in our Lab.

97. BTG - Geographic Information Systems
Facilities and Construction Management. geographic information systems. InformationOperations. Webbased Applications. geographic information systems.
Data Management Domestic Emergency Preparedness Electronic Bonding Geographic Info Systems ... Web-based Applications Geographic Information Systems Geographic Information Systems are revolutionizing the management of resources in applications ranging from urban planning to counter-narcotics. And BTG is revolutionizing the way these systems are used. For one client, we collected and integrated thousands of digital aerial images to help locate, identify and destroy illicit coca crops in South America. For others, we are working on flood control, facilities management, and contingency planning. Years of academic education and hands-on experience give BTG's GIS professionals a unique understanding of the elements they are mapping and the information being conveyed. And by applying the latest computer technology, we help our clients manage their resources and facilities to save both time and money. Contact: For More Information: Joe Staton
Vice President
Geospatial Information Systems

98. GAGE Homepage
Focusing on investigations of modern and ancient glaciated environments by utilizing geographic information systems (GIS) techniques.
International Work Group on Geospatial
Analysis of Glaciated Environments (GAGE)
Commission on Glaciation
International Union for Quaternary Research INQUA
Manned space-shuttle photograph of the Greenland Ice Sheet.
Image from NASA Johnson Space Center, Imagery Services The activities of this work group focus on investigations of modern and ancient glaciated environments utilizing techniques of geographic information systems (GIS). Data may be derived from traditional methods of field mapping, from various types of aerial and space remote sensing, as well as from existing maps and data bases. GAGE commenced its official activity at the INQUA Congress in Berlin, Germany (Aug. '95), and will continue through the next INQUA Congress. XVI INQUA Congress , Reno, Nevada USA (July, 2003). GAGE is an outgrowth from glaciotectonic mapping projects, in which GIS techniques were used to compile continent-scale data bases for North America and Europesee glaciotectonic maps. The central goals of GAGE are assembly of regional and continental GIS databases for display, analysis, and interpretation of glaciated terrain, as well as for modeling of glacier dynamics and processes. Achieving this goal depends on many new technical tools, and the integration and analysis of various kinds of data also requires development of new concepts for geospatial analysis in glaciated environments. GAGE has undertaken

99. Alcor Technologies
Alcor Technologies Ltd offers services in the areas of CAD Conversions, geographic information systems, Remote Sensing Applications, GIS, AM/FM and Photogrammetry.

100. NCAR Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Initiative
This website is created as an information source about the NCAR Geographic InformationSystems Initiative and activities (eg, workshop and seminars) associated
This website is created as an information source about the NCAR Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Initiative and activities associated with the initiative. News and Events (Updated: 03/21/03) Learn about ESRI Site License and GIS Resources For more information regarding NCAR GIS Initiative, please contact Olga Wilhelmi at or Terri Betancourt at About the GIS Initiative
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