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Principles of geographical information systems for


land resources assessment
P.A. Burrough
Published online: 17 Sep 2008.

To cite this article: P.A. Burrough (1986) Principles of geographical information systems for land resources
assessment, Geocarto International, 1:3, 54-54, DOI: 10.1080/10106048609354060

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Principles of Geographical Information Systems for


Land Resources Assessment
by P.A. Burrough

This book describes and explains the principles of 2. Data structures for thematic maps,
geographical information systems that are important for 3. Digital elevation models.
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