Designed for a broad range of disciplines, SpatiaLABS complements and enhances an instructor's course with self-directed investigations that help students increase their spatial reasoning and analytical skills.
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Accompanying CDROM. Contains movies, interviews, context newsletters and lists.
This CD-ROM contains colour figures from the book and data sets to support exercises. Step-by-step instructions on how to use ArcGIS software.
Building a GIS describes a scientific approach to IT infrastructure design for a GIS.
GIS Tutorial for Health CD ROM is used for teaching geographic information system (GIS) software to health professionals. The book and CD-ROM are designed to help students use GIS to solve problems in health-care and gain hands-on experience visualizing and analyzing health-related data.
This project is a pioneering effort to create geo-spatial database on vegetation cover types, disturbance regimes and biological richness.
GIS for the Urban Environment focuses on the use of GIS in urban planning and problem solving, and is aimed at both large and small cities and metropolitan areas.
CD-ROM 273-No. 8 Georgetown CD-ROM 274-No. 9 Charters Towers CD-ROM 275-No 10,11 Yarrow Project & Tasman Fold Belt System in Victoria CD-ROM 276-No 12 GSV Map Catalogue and Reports 119-122
Getting to Know ArcObjects supports the self-learner and makes a practical lab manual for instructors in the classroom.
This text applies knowledge of ArcGIS software to the programming of ArcObjects. The book covers Geodatabase, the organization of ArcObjects, and ArcObjects help sources. Adopting VBA for programming, it reviews programming basics and user interface customization.