|Managing Natural Resources with GIS
||Laura Lang,Environmental Systems Research Institute
||As global population continues to grow, mankind must learn to balance consumption and conservation of the planet's scarece commodoties. Geographic information system (GIS) technology brings a new perspective to the challenges faced by natural resource managers.
|Geodestinies: The Inevitable Influence of Earth Resources on Nations and Individuals
||Walter Lewellyn Youngquist
||Geologists: Where is the search for energy and minerals today? How is the world Earth resource base changing? What new roles will alternative energy sources play?
|Handbook of Hydrology
||Maidment, David R.
||Introducing Hydrology's New Benchmark Reference Here's the first book in nearly 30 years to provide comprehensive coverage of the current state of hydrologic knowledge and practice--saving you hours of time tracking down the latest techniques in professional journals.
||Peter F. Dale,John D. McLaughlin
||Land Administration provides a high level overview of recent advances in building formal property systems throughout the world, and reviews the role of property in advancing a society's economic and social agenda.
|Flattening the Earth; Two Thousand Years of Map Projections
||John P. Snyder
||As long as there have been maps, cartographers have grappled with the impossibility of portraying the earth in two dimensions. To solve this problem mapmakers have created hundreds of map projections, mathematical methods for drawing the round earth on a flat surface.