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Integrated Geospatial Technologies: A Guide to GPS, GIS, and Data Logging

ISBN: 978-0-471-24409-7
280 pages
September 2003
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Discusses the underlying theory of GPS and GIS without becoming overly technical.
* Includes case studies presenting international experience and real-world applications.
* Provides discussions of instrumentation and guidelines for selecting the right device for the job.
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Preface.

Acknowledgments.

1. Geotechnology and Integration.

2. Geodetics.

3. Cartography, Mapping, and Map Serving.

4. Geographic Information Systems.

5. Global Positioning Systems.

6. Geotechnology Integration.

7. Sensors and Instrumentation.

8. Digital Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing.

9. Visualization.

References.

Index.

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JEFF THURSTON is Director of Vector One GIS and Visualization in Berlin, Germany.

THOMAS K. POIKER is a professor at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada.

J. PATRICK MOORE is Director of Integral GIS in Seattle, Washington.

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First book to present methods for integrating information gathered from GIS, GPS and data logging devices.

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“…a fine introductory text…many practical, simple examples, to illustrate principles…” (The Photogrammetric Record, December 2004)

"This book is a unique resource for GIS professionals and students familiar with GIS." (ArcUser, April-June 2004)

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