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This book is divided into four parts. The first gives an overview of marine GIS, including conceptual issues on marine spatial thinking and models of marine GIS development. The second and third parts examine the main sampling methods and online sources of spatially referenced data, and discuss application examples and innovative approaches in GIS developments for many oceanographic and fisheries tasks. The fourth part presents GIS technical issues by listing marine GIS routines for a wide array of GIS tasks.
Anyone with interests in marine GIS development, physical and biological oceanography, fisheries and information based proposals for ocean and fisheries resource management will find this book useful.
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|Ch. 1||Marine Geographic Information Systems||1|
|Ch. 2||GIS and Oceanography||35|
|Ch. 3||GIS and Fisheries||111|
|Ch. 4||Instead of an Epilogue||185|