"Geographic Information Systems"
Introduction In this chapter, you have read about many of the tools used by geographers. A geographic information system (GIS) is a computer system that can combine many kinds of geographic information. By layering that information over maps, an analysis can be developed that will be useful to government or business in their decision making processes.
Destination Title: GIS.com
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Directions Start at the GIS.com Web site about geographic information systems.
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