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Managing Geographic Information Systems
Second Edition

Nancy J. Obermeyer and Jeffrey K. Pinto

360 Pages
Size: 6" x 9"
Hardcover
December 2007
ISBN 978-1-59385-635-9
Cat. #5635
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March 2011
ISBN 978-1-60623-815-8
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1. The Continuing Need for a Management Focus in GIS

2. Geographic Information Science: Evolution of a Profession

3. The Role of Geographic Information within an Organization's IT

4. Keeping the G in GIS: Why Geography Still Matters

5. GIS and the Strategic Planning Process

6. Implementing a GIS: Theories and Practice

7. Organizational Politics and GIS Implementation

8. Economic Justification for GIS Implementation

9. Sharing Geographic Information across Organizational Boundaries

10. Metadata for Geographic Information

11. Policy Conflicts and the Role of GIS: Public Participation and GIS

12. Ensuring the Qualifications of GIS Professionals

13. Legal Issues in GIS

14. Ethics for the GIS Professional

15. Envisioning a Future

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