GIS for Science: Applying Mapping and Spatial Analytics

GIS for Science. Applying Mapping and Spatial Analytics details the work of real-world scientists using geographic information systems (GIS) to expand our understanding of the world. GIS provides a framework for applying science to almost every human endeavor as we aspire to transform the world through mapping and analytics.

The book is composed of the following chapters. Click on the name to access to the resources linked on each chapter.

Due to shared copyright and agreement within the authors, we share a PDF of Chapter 7: Restoring Coastal Marine Habitats written in collaboration with the Global Disaster Preparedness Center, The Nature Conservancy, and Flood Tags of the work implemented in Grenada and Indonesia.

For more information, access to the online companion of the book.

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