GIS offers a variety of tools and capabilities used in the management, analysis, and visualization of cave and karst information. It is used for inventory and field data collection, both on the surface of the earth and underground, and is a powerful tool for collecting and integrating a wide variety of data.
Geospatial and Web technology help you create high-quality maps and disseminate and share geographic information in a variety of formats. Spatial analysis and modeling functions contribute to the discovery and understanding of patterns and relationships in the cave and karst environment, making GIS an essential technology for cave and karst mapping, management, conservation, and analysis.
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