Socio-Economic Applications Of Geographic Information Science (Innovations In GIS, 9) - Kidner, David B, Higgs, Gary, White, Sean (2002)
ISBN 0415279100
Subject Economics - Data processing; Geographic information systems; Sociology - Data processing
Publisher CRC
Publication Date 12/5/2002
Format Hardcover (246 x 176 mm)
Language eng
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To date, no one volume in the Innovations in GIS series has been given over to solely highlighting the use of up-to-date GIS-based techniques in a range of socio-economic applications. This monograph redresses this gap. The book begins with a short introductory chapter on the fundamental principles of GIS, followed by an examination of recent innovative research in the areas of crime applications, planning, urban and rural policy, and finally the use of GIS to examine various aspects of socio-economic policy.

Socio-Economic Applications of Geographic Information Science is the ninth book in the series, based on contributions at the 2001 GIS Research UK conference, which continues to include innovative papers that are at the cutting edge of GIS research in the UK and beyond, and maintains a valued position in the conference calendar.
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Collection Status In Collection
Index 51
Owner UCSB Library
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Links Amazon US
Product Details
LoC Classification G70.212.S63 2003
Dewey 00/.285
Cover Price $169.95
No. of Pages 287
Notes
Papers presented at the 9th Annual GIS Research UK conference held at the University of Glamorgan and co-hosted by the University of Wales, Cardiff, 2001.