Third International Conference/Workshop on Integrating GIS and Environmental Modeling
- Author(s): National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis ;
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This 1884-page document, published originally as a CD, features the full proceedings of The Third International Conference/Workshop on Integrating GIS and Environmental Modeling, held under the auspices of the U.S. National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis in Santa Fe, NM in January 1996.
Menu links to the contents by sessions, posters, and authors are available in the downloaded file from e-scholarhip.
The conference had three interrelated objectives:
1. To review the current status of digital geographic information for environmentalmodeling, with particular emphasis on the technical and institutional issues affecting its usefulness and accessibility.
2. To review progress, with emphasis on the period since the previous conference, in the development of environmental models, and in the exploitation of geographic information technologies, particularly GIS, to support modeling.
3. To identify areas where progress in the integration of GIS and environmental modeling is likely to be made in the next few years, through improvements in technology, institutional structures, and modeling methods.