Non-Traditional GIS

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Non-Traditional GIS
Title Author Description
GIS for Landscape Architects Hanna, Karen C. Geographic information system (GIS) technology is an increasingly important software tool for organizing digital spatial data in the field of landscape architecture. 
GIS for Health Organizations with Cdrom Laura Lang Health care executives and managers will get a closer look at how to use geographic information systems (GIS) to improve patient care, better manage their facilities, and increase their market share with this book.  
GIS for Health Organizations with Cdrom Laura Lang Health care executives and managers will get a closer look at how to use geographic information systems (GIS) to improve patient care, better manage their facilities, and increase their market share with this book. GIS is already used to monitor the spread of disease, assign patients to the nearest facility, and display injuries on a map of the human body.  
Spatial Analysis, GIS, and Remote Sensing Applications in the Health Sciences Donald Patrick Albert (Editor),Wilbert M. Gesler (Editor),Barbara Levergood (Editor) Geographers and epidemiologists explain some of the ways geographical information systems can be applied in human and environmental health. Their topics include how spatial analysis can be used in medical geography, health services research, infectious disease, and a historical perspective on the development of remotely sensed data as applied to medical geography.  
Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems in Epidemiology Simon I. Hay (Editor),Sarah E. Randolph (Editor),Preface by J. R. Baker With ever more sophisticated control methods being developed for infectious diseases, our ability to map spatial and temporal variation in risk is more important than ever. Only with global information may we plan control campaigns and deliver novel interventions and remedies where the need is greatest, and sustainable success is most likely. 
Statistical Methods in Spatial Epidemiology Andrew B. Lawson,A. B. Lawson Epidemiology is the study of disease patterns. Spatial epidemiology considers the statistical aspects of the development of disease not only in relationship to time but in particular to geographical location.  
Medical Geography,Second Edition Melinda S. Meade,Robert J. Earickson ...this revised & expanded 2nd edition surveys the perspectives, methodologies & theories that geographers use to address the subject of human health & disease with clearly presented vignettes, tables, figures & maps 
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