- Paperback: 688 pages
- Publisher: XanEdu Publishing Inc; 4 edition (March 31, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0971764735
- ISBN-13: 978-0971764736
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About the Author
Paul Bolstad is a professor at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. He has 26 years of experience teaching, using, and researching GIS for industry, education, and government. His teaching focuses on spatial data collection and environmental analysis. Recent research has examined water and carbon cycling, and the development and application of remote sensing and spatial analysis to quantify vegetation structure and human landscape disturbances.
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•An introduction to GIS
•Geodesy, datums, map projections, and coordinate systems
•Maps, data entry and editing
•Global navigation satellite systems and coordinate surveying
•Aerial and satellite images
•Attribute data and tables
•Basic spatial analysis
•Topics in raster analysis
•Spatial estimation : interpolation, prediction, and core area delineation
•Spatial models and modelling
•Data standards and quality
•New developments in GIS
•Appendix A. Glossary
•Appendix B. Sources of geographic information
•Appendix C. Useful conversions and information
•Appendix D. Answers to selected study questions.
Total pages are 674. I hope that this helps.