GIS For The Urban Environment - Juliana Maantay (2006)
ISBN 9781589480827
Subject Cities and towns - Geographic information systems; Geographic information systems
Publisher ESRI Press
Publication Date 8/1/2006
Format Hardcover (250 mm)
Language English
This introduction to urban planning applications and problem solving with GIS is appropriate for students and professionals in the fields of geography, urban studies, urban planning, urban public health, urban environmental assessment, and hazard and emergency management. Technical jargon is minimized while the analytical concepts are fully described, enabling full use and understanding of GIS techniques. Infused in the included laboratory exercises are real-world activities that are often required in urban GIS projects but rarely included in prepared lab work, such as data acquisition, integrating data into the GIS, and manipulation of real data. Project design and analysis methodologies are also demonstrated with real-life examples of urban GIS projects.
Personal Details
Collection Status In Collection
Index 71
Owner spatial@ucsb
Read It Yes
Links Amazon
Library of Congress
Product Details
LoC Classification HT153 .M314 2006
Dewey 307.760285
Cover Price $79.95
No. of Pages 600