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GIS: Geographic Information Systems   Tags: anthropology, geography, gis, remote_sensing  

This Subject guide is a subset of the Geo-Anthro Subject guide that pertains to GIS and Remote Sensing if you need more information than is found in this guide please don't hesitate to call the GIS Lab on the 3rd Floor of Bailey or contact your instructor
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Introduction

GIS is a field of Geography where researchers can analyze data about an area and produce maps and other products related to that analysis. GIS often uses the programs ArcView and ERDAS both standards in the industry.

If you have interest in adding to this guide please contact Tim Lynch. Thanks!!

 

Making the Poster

The GIS Lab is a really great place to find out information about making posters.  Talk to Vinton Valentine (207) 228-8455 or your instructor for specifics.

 

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