Books

What is GIS?
GIS is computer software that links geographic information (where things are) with descriptive information (what things are). Unlike a flat paper map, where what you see is what you get, GIS can present many layers of different information.

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The New Geographers

The New Geographers
Inspiring stories about how new geographers are making a difference by applying GIS technology to the needs within their communities and the world.

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Understanding Earth
For our ancestors, geographic knowledge was crucial for survival. For our own survival today, geographic knowledge plays an equally important role.

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Essays on Geography and GIS
Esri's popular series of essays written by academicians and scientists, and dealing with trends in geography, geospatial matters, and GIS.

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