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Mountain environments and geographic information systems

Author: Martin F Price; D Ian Heywood
Publisher: London, Angleterre : Taylor & Francis, ©1994.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats

Drawing together experiences from five continents, this title evaluates and discusses the use of GIS for research and management in mountain environments. Sections cover: regional resource inventory  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Actes de congrès
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Martin F Price; D Ian Heywood
ISBN: 0748400885 9780748400881
OCLC Number: 299457546
Notes: Titre au dos de la couverture : Mountain environments and GIS.
Comptes rendus de la 2ième International Conference on Environmental Regeneration in Headwaters tenue en novembre 1992 à Sec, République tchèque.
Description: xiv, 309 pages, [12] pages de planches : illustrations, cartes (certaines en couleur), graphique
Contents: GIS in the mountains of the Commonwealth of Independent States; landslide hazard analysis; research and management in national parks and adjacent areas; impacts of climate change on mountain vegetation; linkage of knowledge-based systems to GIS; terrain modelling DTMs.
Other Titles: Mountain environments and GIS
Responsibility: edited by Martin F. Price and D. Ian Heywood.
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