By Richard P Greene,James B Pick
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Authored through finished city geographers and GIS specialists, Exploring the city neighborhood: A GIS Approach leverages the fashionable geographer’s toolset, applying the newest GIS technique to the research of city geography. The Second Edition expands upon this well timed, utilized method by way of incorporating new “internet GIS” Google Earth™ actions, which don't require scholars to possess dear software program or shuttle to a college lab. Coupled with present examples and functions from all over the world, together with a better specialise in India and China, Exploring the city Community presents a fascinating and uniquely hands-on utilized method of the examine of city geography.
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Exploring the Urban Community: A GIS Approach (Pearson Prentice Hall Series in Geographic Information Science (Hardcover)) by Richard P Greene,James B Pick