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Geographic Information Systems: Socioeconomic Applications by David Martin

By David Martin

This moment version of Geographic info structures builds at the strengths of the 1st, and contains vital contemporary advances in GIS improvement and significant new socioeconomic datasets together with new census information. Martin provides an obtainable creation to the historical past, ideas and strategies of GIS, with a special specialize in socioeconomic purposes. This non-technical quantity addresses the wishes of scholars and pros who needs to comprehend and use GIS for the 1st time.

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